Slow scrolling through preview pages with large complex file
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open attachment 161226 [details]
2. Increase the preview size of the page
3. Scroll down in the preview panel
Have to wait for every image being generated
In LibreOffice 126.96.36.199 you can simply scroll. the preview is little high quality.. but speed is great
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Version: 188.8.131.52.alpha1+ (x64)
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but not in
Build ID: 3215f89-f603614-ab984f2-7348103-1225a5b
Scrolling is choppy with 3.5.0 for me as well. What is your proposal, make the previews shitty quality?
(In reply to Buovjaga from comment #1)
> Scrolling is choppy with 3.5.0 for me as well. What is your proposal, make
> the previews shitty quality?
Not rendering it in high quality does certainly help.. I prefer 'speed' above being awful accurate.
And caching the previews would certainly help.. resize the pages panel.. and the rendering starts over again.. 'low resolution' place holder is shown, until refresh occurs.. Render a preview larges panel size; buffer it, and shrink that one fitting the panel seems more effective...
But only a 'random' thought
Is there some change that you're work on thumbnails (
https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/c/core/+/104156) will fix/improve things here.. or I'm I totally misinterpreting you're current work?
(In reply to Telesto from comment #3)
> Is there some change that you're work on thumbnails (
> https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/c/core/+/104156) will fix/improve things
> here.. or I'm I totally misinterpreting you're current work?
The patch was merged to master first https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/c/core/+/104114 so why not just wait for the next dailies?
Tested and there is no noticeable difference.
Arch Linux 64-bit
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Built on 13 October 2020