[IPython-User] Tips to speed up notebook?
Tue Oct 16 13:09:36 CDT 2012
Just saw your earlier thread. Sorry.
On Oct 16, 2012 7:08 PM, "Carl Smith" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Just out of interest; have you tried Chrome?
> On Oct 16, 2012 6:32 PM, "G B" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> In short: holy cow! Much, much faster!
>> Ok, so some background to cover my embarrassment at not having tried this
>> again before asking publicly. I'd been running my notebook back and forth
>> between Firefox and Safari all through the first weeks of my work with it.
>> I'd say for the first 15-20 pages. Mostly I was expecting Firefox to
>> handle the notebook better (open source projects tend to favor Firefox),
>> but Safari generates nicer printed output. I hadn't seen an appreciable
>> performance difference while using either, though Firefox seems to launch
>> and load more slowly. Eventually I decided to stop messing with Firefox
>> and stick with Safari. I should have tried it again when things got so
>> horribly slow with Safari— I'm not sure when they diverged, whether it was
>> the size of the notebook or a Mountain Lion update.
>> It looks like Firefox is smart enough not to re-render things that aren't
>> visible, which is probably why scrolling can be a bit inconsistent, while
>> Safari must be updating the whole canvas with every small modification.
>> [As far as I know, Firefox handles it's updates appropriately— through
>> the browser itself, on startup (rather than a continuous background process
>> that can change anything).]
>> So I'm torn between being terribly embarrassed to have wasted everyones
>> time on this, and wishing I'd embarrassed myself two weeks earlier to save
>> a mountain of lost productivity.
>> Unfortunately I can't pass my notebook to Apple, but I'm going to submit
>> a bug on this. Is there a large, public notebook somewhere I can point
>> them to as an example?
>> On Oct 16, 2012, at 1:33 AM, Thomas Kluyver <email@example.com> wrote:
>> > If you're not happy about Chrome, have you considered Firefox? I know
>> > it also runs automatic updates, but I consider Mozilla quite
>> > trustworthy.
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