[Cuis-dev] Hello, new Cuis smalltalk user here!

Joseph Turco jturk90 at protonmail.com
Thu Jul 22 20:09:21 PDT 2021

Hey Juan,

Sorry , I wasn't clear. That video is running on a pi400. Before it was the pi zero W. The first image is Cuis university with your fixes, and the second is a stock Cuis image with no changes. The performance is the same with the web browser open or closed. As I said, the typing and scrolling and executing is snappy, its the window refresh (I guess that's what to call it?) Has latency. Again if this is normal, than ignore me.

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On Jul 22, 2021, 11:04 PM, Juan Vuletich wrote:

> On 7/22/2021 11:51 PM, Juan Vuletich via Cuis-dev wrote:
>> On 7/22/2021 9:41 PM, Joseph Turco via Cuis-dev wrote:
>>> I Made a little video demonstrating what i am talking about. I didn't
>>> mention it in the video, but typing and scrolling in the modified
>>> image with Juans stuff is smooth, its just the windows acting up. The
>>> stock image has a bit of input lag and scrolling also displays some
>>> latency. Im just trying to make sure im not doing anything wrong or
>>> this is just to be expected. Let me make it clear i am in no way
>>> complaining, The work that has been done is amazing and am
>>> appreciative of being able to use this for free. Anyways, here's the
>>> video:
>>> https://youtu.be/9lhagKSPjcg
>>> thanks,
>>> Joseph Turco
>> In the video, the stock Cuis image is not using `Preferences
>> slowMachine`. If you set it, moving windows around and writing in new
>> workspaces will be much faster. Still, what I see is what can be
>> expected from a slow machine. It looks usable, though.
>> BTW, if you have 512 MB of ram, it is best to close any other
>> applications (especially web browsers!)
>> You might prepare another short video, using `Preferences
>> slowMachine`, maybe disabling the taskbar, and without the web
>> browser, so we can see how it goes.
>> Cheers,
> Just checked the RasPi 400. Neat machine! RAM is not a problem anymore.
> I think it is a great option for learning about Cuis!
> Cheers,
> --
> Juan Vuletich
> www.cuis-smalltalk.org
> https://github.com/Cuis-Smalltalk/Cuis-Smalltalk-Dev
> https://github.com/jvuletich
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