For what it's worth, I just tried a Calc spreadsheet on the following OSs:
Linux Mint 18 Cinnamon running from a live USB session with LO 5.1.2.x
Puppy Linux (Tahr) running from a live USB session with LO 5.1.2.x
Neither exhibited the same slowness issue that I have with running
Ubuntu Mate. I'm beginning to think my problem isn't with LO as much as
it is with Ubuntu Mate.
On 12/8/2016 9:25 PM, Virgil Arrington wrote:
When using Calc, I like to navigate across the cells using the arrow
keys on the keyboard. I'm finding when I do this on my Linux system, the
longer I'm in the spreadsheet, the slower my navigation becomes. After a
while, there's a large delay when I press one of the arrow keys.
Eventually, the spreadsheet becomes all but unusable. My spreadsheets
are not large; as spreadsheets go, they are quite simple. And, the
behavior doesn't immediately happen. When I first load a spreadsheet
file, the navigation is immediate. It slows down as I use the file, even
if all I'm doing is navigating with arrow keys.
I dual boot Windows 10 and Ubuntu Mate 14.04LTS. On the Windows 10 side
of things, I'm using LO 5.2.x and on the Linux side, I'm using LO 22.214.171.124.
This behavior only happens on the Linux side of things.
Has anyone else experienced anything like this?
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