It takes about 10 minutes to switch from one tab to another.
It takes about 15 minutes after pressing commit before the progress bar appears.
During that time the menu cannot be accessed through windows, but cpu, memory and drive usage on my pc is absolutely minimal. No other Windows program is affected during this time.
I have 3 projects, each project has about 10 - 20 files, of the order of 1K each.
Windows 10 64bit is up-to-date. Sourcetree, too (version 22.214.171.124). Deinstalling it and reinstalling it has had no effect.
The problem started when I ok'd an update. The only unusual aspect of the setup is that my sourcefiles are in a local dropbox folder.
Anyone else seen this behavior?
Unfortunately that fix didn't help. The spell-check was off already and I've now on the latest version 126.96.36.199.
The effect is visible when I switch between tags. But also on the frame on the left showing a tree of "File Status, Branches, Tags, Remotes" takes a very long time to display. So I suspect it might be related to GIT.
Is there a way of testing the embedded GIT through the command line to see if that's what's causing the problem? Can anyone suggest a simple command to try?
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