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El 29/10/10 05:10, Ercole Carpanetto escribió:
The *perceived* speed of startup is something that should really be
considered by the designers here. The perception (rather than an
objectively measured reality) is what counts.
Totally agree with you. To make LibO "faster" it might be possible to
hide the splash screen a little before the main windows appears and
move  the load of some modules/libs after the main app is on the
screen. That could reduce the perceived load time of a at least couple
of secs.
I agree 100% with this, Ercole!

First, the idea of hide splash screen and to be appear the main window
as quickly as possible is genial. Second, if the libraries are charged
in silent mode (for the user) this represents a real improvement, not
only a perceptual improvement. :-)

Congratulations for the ideas!

Prof. Román H. Gelbort

Por 10 años con una oficina Open... desde ahora también LIBRE

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