HI, I love split view, can live without it, but in the latest version 5 and up, it seems when i change the code in code view side, the wysiwyg side pauses for a few seconds to update what i've changed, almost flashes asif reloading, maybe it is, but it seemed to do this more seemlessly, I could go back and forth and updates were instant. I am not in live view, that takes even longer when changes to the code view are done.
Just curious is there are ways to speed this up, or anything anyone has run into that causes the split view window to pause when changes are made.
It only happens, in split view, and i update something in code view, even just text <p> and when i click back to the wyysiwyg side, it pauses for a few seconds before reflecting the change.
My experience is that working in split view requires one to click on the other window (call it display window) for content to refresh. It doesn't pause; it just requires a nudge to wake it up after you have made some changes to the code manually.
Yes, same scenario, when I click back to design view, it usually updates quickly, but now it takes 3-5 seconds before it refreshes. It's noticeable, and hard to work with when I am updating alot of content peices,
I've tried other sites thinking maybe it has something to do with related files or something, but same thing, Its noticeable, but I can't seem to figure out when it started or why. Been using split view since it was available, always quite fast... I don;t have any data connections, or testing servers setup that could cause lag. I hope its a simple toggle of something I inadvertently toggled?
HI, so itried toggling some of the common design and code visual aids and view options, and when I toggle "display css styles" the symptom is gone, everything is super fast again. Its a little better, but with css off, it defeats the purpose of split view .... leads me to something in the css, anyone know what kind or amount of css will degrade dreamweavers speed?Nothing fancy, 4 separate all css3 files...
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