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I have recently started coding with Dream Weaver again.  When I start to type the code, there is an extreamly long lag (about 2 seconds) for the code to apear on the screen. From what I can gather it has something to do with it trying to auto predict what I am typing. 

 

I am running the latest verstion of Dream Weaver

My system specs are:

Windows 10 Home Version 1909

Processor: Intel Core i5-9300h CPU @ 2;40 GHz

Installed RAM: 8.00GB

 

Is there away to get rid of this lag, or should I be looking for another option for coding to avoid the time waisted on this lag?

 

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Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional

This is a known issue.  See correct answer below.

https://community.adobe.com/t5/dreamweaver/dreamweaver-20-2-slow-typing-performance/m-p/11257115?pag...

 

File your bug report from the DW Help Menu and revert to a previous stable version from your Creative Cloud desktop app.  Post back if you need help finding Older Versions and turning off Automatic Updates.

 

 

 

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Dreamweaver lag

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I have recently started coding with Dream Weaver again.  When I start to type the code, there is an extreamly long lag (about 2 seconds) for the code to apear on the screen. From what I can gather it has something to do with it trying to auto predict what I am typing. 

 

I am running the latest verstion of Dream Weaver

My system specs are:

Windows 10 Home Version 1909

Processor: Intel Core i5-9300h CPU @ 2;40 GHz

Installed RAM: 8.00GB

 

Is there away to get rid of this lag, or should I be looking for another option for coding to avoid the time waisted on this lag?

 

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Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional

This is a known issue.  See correct answer below.

https://community.adobe.com/t5/dreamweaver/dreamweaver-20-2-slow-typing-performance/m-p/11257115?pag...

 

File your bug report from the DW Help Menu and revert to a previous stable version from your Creative Cloud desktop app.  Post back if you need help finding Older Versions and turning off Automatic Updates.

 

 

 

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Are you sure it's the auto prediction and not the live site running through the DW software? They have a lot processes if all you want is linting... maybe try an alternative. My solution for Dreamweaver has always been to use a different product: Adobe for art, anything else for anything else.

sublime text

Jupyter Notebook

Notepad++

VS Code *might not help you but this is my fav.

 

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This is a known issue.  See correct answer below.

https://community.adobe.com/t5/dreamweaver/dreamweaver-20-2-slow-typing-performance/m-p/11257115?pag...

 

File your bug report from the DW Help Menu and revert to a previous stable version from your Creative Cloud desktop app.  Post back if you need help finding Older Versions and turning off Automatic Updates.

 

 

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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I should also mention that Dreamweaver works best when you define a local site folder that resides on your primary hard drive; not cloud or networked drives.   See screenshot.

 

Site > Manage Sites -- Local Site FolderSite > Manage Sites -- Local Site Folder

 

Switch to Design view from the Document Toolbar. It's quicker for editing than Live view.

 

Document ToolbarDocument Toolbar

 

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It's a known fault that Adobe don't seem to know how to fix..

You need to delete a registry file which fixes things for about 25 - 30 minutes. [Uncalled for remarks removed by moderator as per forum policy.]

 

 

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I have just marked Nancy's answer as Correct because it is the best solution for the moment. I, like Nancy, am a user of Dreamweaver and we do our best to help fellow users with their problems.

 

If you have a beef with the product, then complain to Adobe. But do not belittle people that are devoting their time, free of charge, to help others.


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Apologies.. I would edit my reply, if it would allow.

 

It is frustrating when the known issue gets the same (non-)solution wheeled out and accepted as the answer time after time.I also asked Adobe about the security implications of moving back to 20.1, as 20.2 contains some security fixes. 

 

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There is no security issue with reverting to version 20.1. 

 

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