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Retrospect dashboard is extremely slow. Its time consuming just trying to get to the actual retrospect program with having to go through the dashboard every time (if it doesn't freeze first). Is there a way to bypass the dashboard every time?
jemcd posted a topic in ProfessionalThe title says it all. Retrospect runs but when I attempt to start the dashboard to see what's going on first I get the usual WIndows window wondering if I really really really want to run the program; when I say yes the cursor goes into the busy mode for 10 seconds or so and then poof - nothing. There's no indication in the task manager that the dashboard is running either. Does anyone have a solution?
Don Lee posted a topic in Retrospect bug reportsThis is a cosmetic problem, but should be noted and fixed. If you scroll the dashboard up and down lines appear at the bottom of the window. They are erased in a second or two. They appear to be an off-by-one error in the scrolling code. I include a couple of screen shots showing the problem. I'm running Retro 220.127.116.11, Mac OS X 10.8.5
Don Lee posted a topic in Retrospect bug reportsCosmetic problem seen on v12. If you have enough of a list of media sets so that the list in the dashboard allows you to scroll up and down, you may notice that when you scroll down, the bottom edge of the screen leaves a black line across the window, which is erased in a second or two apparently by a refresh. This appears to be a rendering off-by-one error, and only briefly annoying, but is ugly. Console v12 running on mac os X 10.8.5