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Hi, Here is a suggestion. When I add a new file to an existing workspace, the IDE creates that file and adds it to the workspace correctly, but in addition, it would be better (I feel) to make the new file the active file. At present, the file switching is not taking place. I guess you would have a valid reason for that behaviour, but I personally would prefer to automatically switch to the new (empty) file. Regards, Rangarajan
I've been developing a new composition over the last few weeks and have really been happy to make use of the "workspace" feature in OM. By putting all my files into the same workspace, I have been able to traceback carefully over all the steps I have taken. However, I've noticed today that my workspace keeps freezing (I would have to wait a very long time to be able to click anything or type in anything) whenever I want to add anything new. I noticed that OM was using most of my laptop's 8GB RAM, so I started removing some of the files from the workspace hoping that it would make the program run smoother. Nothing changed after I did that. However, when I created a new workspace with only a few of the previous files, it seemed to run better. Does anyone have any advice on best practice when it comes to using the workspace feature without taking up too much RAM? I'm running OM on a macbook pro retina (2013). Thanks.