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(Archived) High CPU usage when using 64-bit kernel in Snow Leopard



Evernote Version 1.9.0 (83438) has very high CPU usage only when in Mixed View and when I'm using the 64-bit kernel in Snow Leopard on my Macbook Pro (I don't have other Macs to test this with). When using other views with the 64-bit kernel or when using any views when booted into the 32-bit kernel Evernote behaves normally with minimal CPU usage.

Has anyone else noticed this behavior and found a fix for it? Is this a bug for the Evernote team?

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That's unusual ... I haven't seen that on my MBPro, and can't think of anything we'd be doing in Mixed view that would be more CPU intensive than Thumbnail view. I'll pass it along to engineering, however ... they may have an idea.


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I've noticed that if I have the title of a note selected, my CPU jumps significantly. It seems somewhat proportional to the number of notes you have open as well. To reproduce try this:

1. Drop 4+ files to the evernote dock

2. Watch your CPU go to ~ 100% continuously

3. Go to each window that was opened and click off of the title that's highlighted (to de-select it).

4. Note your CPU should be reasonable once more.

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