1.8 noticeably slower than 1.7.9

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1.8 noticeably slower than 1.7.9

Postby jboehm » 24 Jun 2013, 09:34

I have a collection of 'deals' feeds (dealnews, techbargains, fatwallet, etc). The folder can easily get several hundred articles overnight. I usually page down repeatedly, scanning the pictures and reading a few words. On 1.7.9, ttrss never broke a sweat. There was no difference in user experience between the first page down and the last. 1.8 starts running into responsiveness problems after only a couple of dozen pages.

Just an observation on Chrome Version 27.0.1453.116 on OSX.

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Re: 1.8 noticeably slower than 1.7.9

Postby levito » 25 Jun 2013, 00:37

I think the issue is caused by the floating title. Updating it is quite heavy for the DOM.

Maybe this user style can help:
#floatingTitle { display: none !important }

If not, disable auto-expanding articles and use the hotkeys to navigate.

Or, if you want to get your hands dirty, edit js/viewfeed.js and remove the call of "updateFloatingTitle()" in line 1317 or so.

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Re: 1.8 noticeably slower than 1.7.9

Postby fox » 25 Jun 2013, 01:36

I wonder if this should help (I think I have somewhat overthought the approach there):

https://github.com/gothfox/Tiny-Tiny-RS ... 64acedb581

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Re: 1.8 noticeably slower than 1.7.9

Postby roshambo » 25 Jun 2013, 01:43

I've never used 1.7.9 but noticing unresponsiveness too but it's common among all rss readers I've tried. It only happens after viewing usually 100's of articles, depending on content. This worked wonderfully to speed up GR . Unfortunately nothing like it for TTRSS yet.

Collapsed, hotkeys and hiding the floating toolbar didn't have any effect. Commenting viewfeed.js did improve performance a bit but doesn't completely fix it for me like purging.

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Re: 1.8 noticeably slower than 1.7.9

Postby joseph-mx » 25 Jun 2013, 10:47

i think speed & performance should be on the top 3 priority list for tt-rss .. we know tt-rss is already very well built rss reader in term of features & UI.. we can improve it further.. :|

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