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It occurs whatever the content of the cell and whatever the complexity of the sheet. No worse, just 
the same. 

eg: LibreOffice just started, blanck sheet, insert "This is a text" in cell B2. Then select "is a" 
within the text, Crt-C followed by Enter. It needs at least 3 seconds before the cell in-scope 
moves, sometimes a bit more. 

As said it occurs also with Impress during text edition. On the other side, Writer is OK, no 


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De: "Steve Edmonds" <> 
À: "D. Baillard" <> 
Envoyé: Jeudi 18 Avril 2013 19:51:40 
Objet: Re: [libreoffice-users] Libreoffice Calc cell copy very slow 

Near instantaneous (no noticeable lag) on my 3.6 on opensuse. 
Is this occurring with cells with text and cells with formulae. 
Does this happen with a sheet with only one cell with content (i.e. 
worse with larger sheets). 

On 2013-04-19 03:11, D. Baillard wrote: 
Selecting part of the content in a cell and press Ctrl-C is very slow (eg. 
selecting part of a formula or just two words from a text). It takes about 5 
seconds for the UI to give back control to the user. 

There is no slowness during pasting to another cell (or adding to the 
content of a cell) 

There are also a strange reaction when pasting such a content to a blank 
cell: Ctrl-Z has no effect. 

There is no slowness in copying/pasting a cell in full 

This issue existed before version 4.0. I hoped it was fixed in the new 

PS: In noticed someone posted someting very similar last year under 
"Libreoffice Impress copy or cut very slow". I just checked and it's still a 

Platform: LibreOffice 4.02.2, Windows 7 64bits, French 

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