v1.2.523 easily get frozed

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  • #1376 Reply
    flz
    Guest

    It’s easy to be “unresponsive” even when it doesn’t seem to be doing anything: no input or long after the search is complete

    #1378 Reply
    admin
    Keymaster

    Hi, Did he happen the first time you used it after power one?

    #1383 Reply
    flz
    Guest

    I get stuck every time I use it, even when I reopen it after leaving it in the background for a long time. Turning it off and back on, restarting the computer and using it again did not solve the problem.

    #1384 Reply
    Joseph
    Guest

    Hi, how many files are there in index ?

    You can see them in index manager menu.

    #1401 Reply
    flz
    Guest

    not many, less than 10k in total

    #1403 Reply
    Joseph
    Guest

    Hi, When Anytxt get frozed, what state is the upper right corner of Anytxt? Is it  green or red ?

    #1406 Reply
    admin
    Keymaster

    Hi, flz.
    Please try this?

    #1408 Reply
    flz
    Guest

    it’s green

    #1409 Reply
    flz
    Guest

    After using this new version for some time, I think the interface freezing problem has been solved, even during the indexing process there is no freezing.
    Also off topic, I think there is a little logic bug when adding index file categories, because I have to select a specific file of that type to proceed to the next step, which I think is not necessary. For example, when I wanted to add the epub type, I searched for the epub file on my hard drive for a long time before adding it, and I was expecting to see the next prompt box as soon as I filled in the epub string.

    #1411 Reply
    admin
    Keymaster

    Hi, flz. Thanks for your advice.

    Please try this(different from previous), and testing the freezing problem.

    Thank you very much.

    #1413 Reply
    flz
    Guest

    This is similar to version 1.2.523, the interface can easily freeze up. Also it is sometimes slow at startup (about 10 seconds before it appears)

    #1414 Reply
    Joseph
    Guest

    Where are the index files stored? Is it SSD, HDD or Network Drive?

    #1421 Reply
    flz
    Guest

    Stored in m.2 SSD

    #1433 Reply
    Robin
    Guest

    I had the same issue with the latest version, so I rolled back to the previous version.

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