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  • Sorry, I should have figured that out myself. And you’re right that only part of the tree is redrawn (although it seems that many of your cases should only involve rewriting one line of the tree in place).

    Do you have dirty flags on individual fields? If so, it might be possible to skip the redraw if the only change is to the content field.

    I suspect that would be the case for 90% of all saves.
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    • Quote from: BobRay at Aug 17, 2009, 09:06 PM

      Do you have dirty flags on individual fields? If so, it might be possible to skip the redraw if the only change is to the content field. I suspect that would be the case for 90% of all saves.

      Yeah, we do; that might get complex with RTEs. I look into it.
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      • Quote from: BobRay at Aug 17, 2009, 09:06 PM
        I suspect that would be the case for 90% of all saves.

        I agree. The part that annoys me is that the tree gets redrawn, when it doesn’t need to.
        In the cases mentioned above, where the tree should be updated, it’s not really a big deal when the tree is redrawn.
        Then it’ll make sense.

        But like you said: if it’s only a content change, there’s no need to redraw the tree, because nothing in the tree actually changes.