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[quote=rodocop] [b][color=#000099]First[/color][/b]: some unresponsibility of GUI (user interface) is the native feature of Gecko engine. However, it can be minimized by tweaking KM preferences [list=1] [*] Close KM [*] Find your profile folder and open [b]prefs.js[/b] from there [*] find the next strings and set their values as [b][color=#CC0000]shown below[/color][/b]: [code] [list] [*] user_pref("content.interrupt.parsing", [b][color=#CC0000]true[/color][/b]); [*] user_pref("content.max.tokenizing.time", [b][color=#CC0000]450000[/color][/b]); [*] user_pref("content.maxtextrun", [b][color=#CC0000]2048[/color][/b]); [*] user_pref("content.notify.backoffcount", [b][color=#CC0000]10[/color][/b]); [*] user_pref("content.notify.interval", [b][color=#CC0000]150000[/color][/b]); [*] user_pref("content.notify.ontimer", [b][color=#CC0000]true[/color][/b]); [*] user_pref("content.switch.threshold", [b][color=#CC0000]300000[/color][/b]); [/list] [/code] [*] if they are not present there - just copy the peace of code above somewhere in prefs file [*] save and close [b]prefs.js[/b] - and run KM [/list] You'll see notable shortening of time when KM's GUI is not responding on mouse input. You can edit numbers to find optimal values, but it's recommended to read about these settings in Mozillazine Knowledge Base to understand what you do. [b]content.max.tokenizing.time[/b] is recommended to be the multiple of [b]content.notify.interval[/b] [b]content.notify.backoffcount[/b] may be changed in wide range from 5 to 30 and more, but remember: [u]decreasing[/u] this value [u]fastens[/u] GUI response speed but [u]increases[/u] the time of page rendering - choose your optimal balance by trial and error method. NB! You can take CommMeleon from my signature - it's already optimized this way. And [url=http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/forum/read.php?1,121747]more optimizations are made there[/url]. [b][color=#000099]Second:[/color][/b] you don't need to Ctrl+G for fast Google search. Just go to [b]Preferences -> Browsing -> Finding Websites[/b] Toggle off [b]Domain Autocompletion[/b] Toggle on [b]Keyword Autosearch[/b] and choose Google as 'Search Engine' Now you can open new tab and write something in urlbar - then press Enter. Wuala! [b][color=#000099]Third:[/color][/b] the lack of keyboard reaction isn't defeated by me till now. So I only can join you in finding out why KM frequently needs 2 or more pressing of hotkeys to have them working.[/quote]
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