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Cavirfi
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Lag when editing Dispatch

Postby Cavirfi » Sat Dec 04, 2021 4:27 am

So I always ensure that I constantly update this dispatch whenever changes to my nation's military are made: https://www.nationstates.net/page=dispatch/id=1544053

However recently, I can't seem to make large edits because it would take too long to do so, as when I type there's about a 3-5 second delay in the input. When I try this with my other factbooks/dispatches, the problem doesn't seem to be there.

So is there a reason why it lags when I edit this specific dispatch? Does it have to do with the size of my dispatch (when I put everything including NSCode, it counts about 60,000 characters)? or is it something else?
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Postby Indo States » Sat Dec 04, 2021 4:33 am

Cavirfi wrote:So I always ensure that I constantly update this dispatch whenever changes to my nation's military are made: https://www.nationstates.net/page=dispatch/id=1544053

However recently, I can't seem to make large edits because it would take too long to do so, as when I type there's about a 3-5 second delay in the input. When I try this with my other factbooks/dispatches, the problem doesn't seem to be there.

So is there a reason why it lags when I edit this specific dispatch? Does it have to do with the size of my dispatch (when I put everything including NSCode, it counts about 60,000 characters)? or is it something else?


Maybe it has something to do with your device, i didn't experienced slowdowns or lag in my computer though.
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Postby Cavirfi » Sat Dec 04, 2021 4:33 am

Indo States wrote:
Cavirfi wrote:So I always ensure that I constantly update this dispatch whenever changes to my nation's military are made: https://www.nationstates.net/page=dispatch/id=1544053

However recently, I can't seem to make large edits because it would take too long to do so, as when I type there's about a 3-5 second delay in the input. When I try this with my other factbooks/dispatches, the problem doesn't seem to be there.

So is there a reason why it lags when I edit this specific dispatch? Does it have to do with the size of my dispatch (when I put everything including NSCode, it counts about 60,000 characters)? or is it something else?


Maybe it has something to do with your device, i didn't experienced slowdowns or lag in my computer though.

Alright, I'll take that into account.
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Postby Merni » Sat Dec 04, 2021 6:24 am

Generally when editing big or important dispatches it's useful to use a text editor (like Notepad) to do the actual editing, and then just paste the text in when finished.
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