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Thread: Checking responsiveness for print dialogue of KDE editors

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    Question Checking responsiveness for print dialogue of KDE editors

    I would like to try a specific functionality out in programs like Kate and KWrite (version 17.12.2-1.1). So I pressed the shortcut “Ctrl+P”.
    It takes an unexpected long time until the print dialogue is completely displayed (and is finally usable) here at the moment. I find such a responsiveness issue strange.

    The expected print settings are immediately displayed by other text editors.

    Do you observe also any significant differences in the software behaviour?

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    Question Re: Checking responsiveness for print dialogue of KDE editors

    Quote Originally Posted by elfring View Post
    It takes an unexpected long time until the print dialogue is completely displayed (and is finally usable) here at the moment.
    I wonder still about the time it can take to show the print dialogue by programs like Kate and KWrite (version 18.04.2-2.1).

    If I check the program execution by a tool like “strace”, it seems that a function call like the following can have a significant influence.

    Code:
    …
    statx(AT_FDCWD, "/home/elfring/.…", AT_STATX_SYNC_AS_STAT, STATX_ALL, …) = -1 ENODEV (No such device)
    …

    Would you like to share any further ideas to improve the software behaviour?

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