On Mon Aug 3, 2020 at 1:30 PM EDT, ~labrat wrote:
which worker? imap? maildir?
I'm viewing a message fullscreened ( ~ 300 columns for my display). If I have to scroll an email message, I experience 2-3 seconds of latency.
Essentially, I'm just scrolling up and down and seeing how long before the key-press takes effect. As I start decreasing the screen width, the latency is reduced. Somewhere around 120-80 columns it becomes acceptable.
I also notice 100% cpu utilization of a core while I'm seeing this latency (just crudely watching htop and aerc during this).
I tried two different pagers (less and bat), and they both exhibited similar behavior (while they work fine when not running under aerc for large column numbers).
excellent, applied patch and it seems to work for me. Thank you.
REPORTED RESOLVED FIXED
I'm talking about the sidebar list of folders if that wasn't obvious.
On the [messages] screen.
If you have more folders then lines in your terminal, some folders will never be visible. Selecting unvisible folders via :next-folder is still possible, but when you get to the bottom a :next-folder will select a folder off screen and it never becomes visible. It will eventually wrap around after enough :next-folder's, or come back with :next-prev
I would expect the folders to scroll just like how emails scroll with the :next command.