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Fix a BBEdit slow-down when editing multiple files
Authored by: zeb on Sep 02, '05 02:03:33PM
Oh c'mon. I was trying to help by suggesting that the problem may in-fact be system-dependent. I've never noticed it, and I was trying to point out that I work in two different system environments with the same documents - information that is definitely helpful when trying to uncover the cause of any computer related issues. If we were able to come up with a different cause (and the fact that I don't experience the problem suggests that there is something else afoot), I would much rather seek an alternate solution than clearing my undo history. That is after all the main reason I hardly ever close my documents, and one of the reasons that BBEdit "Doesn't SuckĀ®". So my objective was not to impress others with my system. Lots of people have G5 towers. Sounds like you do too. What's your beef with me?

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One may also find it very interesting that even though I have never noticed the "one-second delay" as noted in the hint, I have certainly experienced the slow scrolling while selecting.

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Fix a BBEdit slow-down when scrolling
Authored by: lrivers on Sep 02, '05 06:57:00PM

There's a keyboard accelerator--press "option" whilst dragging the selection and whoot there it is. Documented, by the way...

Accelerated Scrolling
When clicking the arrows in a scroll bar, you can use the Command and Option keys to accelerate the scrolling. These shortcuts also apply if you use a mouse with a built-in scroll wheel.

Modifier          Scroll Speed
none              Normal
Command           2x accelerated
Option            3x accelerated
Command+Option    6x accelerated


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