'Next file' and 'Last file' have different response speed

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ZF Tang

'Next file' and 'Last file' have different response speed

Post by ZF Tang » Mon Jul 11, 2005 12:48 pm

I installed version 1.80.1 on my win2000 system.

When I explorer a directory containing about 5000 image files with ppm format (size 352x288), I found that the program's response to pagedown key (next file) is slow than that to pageup key(last file).

Is this a bug?

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Post by Dreamer » Mon Jul 11, 2005 3:53 pm

Try this:

Options > View > File List > Cache - enable both options here

ZF Tang

Thank you

Post by ZF Tang » Tue Jul 12, 2005 12:08 am

It works after both options disabled.

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Re: Thank you

Post by Dreamer » Tue Jul 12, 2005 11:23 pm

ZF Tang wrote:It works after both options disabled.
Strange...

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Re: Thank you

Post by xnview » Wed Jul 13, 2005 6:14 am

ZF Tang wrote:It works after both options disabled.
You have disabled read ahead/cache behind and now "next file" is quicker than before???
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Re: Thank you

Post by Guest » Wed Jul 13, 2005 9:24 am

xnview wrote:
ZF Tang wrote:It works after both options disabled.
You have disabled read ahead/cache behind and now "next file" is quicker than before???
Maybe my description about the problem was not correct.

If the first option is enabled, the program will keep no response for several seconds before displaying the next image after I press the 'Next file' button.

Enabling the second option does not cause the problem.

I also tried a directory containing 200 image files, this problem didn't occur.

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Re: Thank you

Post by xnview » Wed Jul 13, 2005 11:15 am

Anonymous wrote:
xnview wrote:
ZF Tang wrote:It works after both options disabled.
You have disabled read ahead/cache behind and now "next file" is quicker than before???
Maybe my description about the problem was not correct.

If the first option is enabled, the program will keep no response for several seconds before displaying the next image after I press the 'Next file' button.

Enabling the second option does not cause the problem.

I also tried a directory containing 200 image files, this problem didn't occur.
In which mode do you are? View or browser? In fullscreen?
So you have only "read ahead" to reproduce it?
Pierre.

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Re: Thank you

Post by zft » Wed Jul 13, 2005 11:57 pm

xnview wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
xnview wrote: You have disabled read ahead/cache behind and now "next file" is quicker than before???
Maybe my description about the problem was not correct.

If the first option is enabled, the program will keep no response for several seconds before displaying the next image after I press the 'Next file' button.

Enabling the second option does not cause the problem.

I also tried a directory containing 200 image files, this problem didn't occur.
In which mode do you are? View or browser? In fullscreen?
So you have only "read ahead" to reproduce it?
In viewer mode.

Yes. just when the 'Read an image ahead' option enabled

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Post by xnview » Thu Jul 14, 2005 6:55 am

zft wrote: In viewer mode.

Yes. just when the 'Read an image ahead' option enabled
Ok, :bugconfirmed:
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