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Switch to/from "PowerShell" color scheme freeze the conemu for several seconds #599

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foal opened this Issue Mar 25, 2016 · 9 comments

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foal commented Mar 25, 2016

Open settings
go to colors
select "PowerShell" color scheme

the conemu and settings dialog have been unresponsible for 10 seconds.

switch to/from any other color sachems is normal (realtime).

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<PowerShell> scheme has specific Text/Back indexes. I suppose that the problem is on your OS, which takes time to apply the values.
However, I do not see any lags on my Win 8.1

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Maximus5 commented Mar 25, 2016

<PowerShell> scheme has specific Text/Back indexes. I suppose that the problem is on your OS, which takes time to apply the values.
However, I do not see any lags on my Win 8.1

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It is possible. I have Win 10 Insider. Is it possible to check this case (normal vs specific Text/Back indexes) from command line?

foal commented Mar 25, 2016

It is possible. I have Win 10 Insider. Is it possible to check this case (normal vs specific Text/Back indexes) from command line?

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Hm. Actually, the issue is about popup colors (not simple text, but those which are used, for example, in F7 pressed in cmd.exe prompt).
So, you may try to change them from real console window properties manually to compare.

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Maximus5 commented Mar 25, 2016

Hm. Actually, the issue is about popup colors (not simple text, but those which are used, for example, in F7 pressed in cmd.exe prompt).
So, you may try to change them from real console window properties manually to compare.

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You are right it is only about Popup with selected number, in "auto" no freeze.

I tried in cmd to change the color - in can't reproduce the issue - the color are changed with out any delay.

foal commented Mar 25, 2016

You are right it is only about Popup with selected number, in "auto" no freeze.

I tried in cmd to change the color - in can't reproduce the issue - the color are changed with out any delay.

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What Windows build have you installed? On my test Win10 there is no lag.
Anyway, I've added some logging to find the problem.

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Maximus5 commented Mar 25, 2016

What Windows build have you installed? On my test Win10 there is no lag.
Anyway, I've added some logging to find the problem.

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OS Name: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview
OS Version: 10.0.14291 N/A Build 14291

foal commented Mar 25, 2016

OS Name: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview
OS Version: 10.0.14291 N/A Build 14291

Maximus5 added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 27, 2016

Add palette change logging.
  Ref: gh-599, searching for bottle neck
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gene-pavlovsky Oct 3, 2016

Win 7 x64 (Win 6.1 build 7601: SP1) with all the latest updates, having exactly same issue.

gene-pavlovsky commented Oct 3, 2016

Win 7 x64 (Win 6.1 build 7601: SP1) with all the latest updates, having exactly same issue.

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It would be interesting to see LogFiles

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Maximus5 commented Oct 3, 2016

It would be interesting to see LogFiles

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