Two really annoying issues

1. The cursor was missing.
2. The keyboard doesn't work.
Both under 107.277 with ubuntu11 unity, hope you give more tests on linux

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On Thu, 23 Jun 2011 16:50:44 MSD, Asuka Shinji
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>1. The cursor was missing.
>2. The keyboard doesn't work.
>Both under 107.277 with ubuntu11 unity, hope you give more tests on linux

The closest thing I see to that under Windows 7 is the keystrokes are
sometimes processed slowly, maybe about 10 seconds after I hit the
key. When that happens I just stop typing and let it catch up.  I
presume the problem is GC or cycle starvation from other apps running.
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Roedy Green Canadian Mind Products
http://mindprod.com
One of the great annoyances in programming derives from the irregularity
of English spelling especially when you have international teams. 
I want to find a method or variable, but I don't know precisely
how its is spelled or worded. English is only approximately phonetic. 
Letters are randomly doubled.  The dictionary often lists variant spellings.
British, Canadian and American spellings differ.I would like to see an
experiment where variable names were spelled in a simplified English, where
there were no double letters.I also think you could add a number of rules
about composing variable names so that a variable name for something would
be highly predictable. You would also need automated enforcement of the
rules as well as possible.

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I really hate to use Eclipse. Everything of idea is better than Ec except stability, it really takes time to release 10.5.1 final and I'm desperate for the performance.

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On Sat, 25 Jun 2011 11:04:48 MSD, Asuka Shinji
<no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote, quoted or indirectly quoted someone
who said :

>I really hate to use Eclipse. Everything of idea is better than Ec except stability, it really takes time to release 10.5.1 final and I'm desperate for the performance.

Has anyone tried installing and SSD and putting most active files on
it?  I suspect that may be the most cost-effective way to get extra
speed.
see http://mindprod.com/bgloss/ssd.html
if you don't know what an SSD is.
--
Roedy Green Canadian Mind Products
http://mindprod.com
One of the great annoyances in programming derives from the irregularity
of English spelling especially when you have international teams. 
I want to find a method or variable, but I don't know precisely
how its is spelled or worded. English is only approximately phonetic. 
Letters are randomly doubled.  The dictionary often lists variant spellings.
British, Canadian and American spellings differ.I would like to see an
experiment where variable names were spelled in a simplified English, where
there were no double letters.I also think you could add a number of rules
about composing variable names so that a variable name for something would
be highly predictable. You would also need automated enforcement of the
rules as well as possible.

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