I use Toodledo with Firefox as my browser. When I enter a term in the quick search window, the list quickly shrinks to only those items which meet the search criteria. When I do the same thing in Chrome, here is what happens:
1. The first search I do is EXTREMELY SLOW.
2. From there on, the searches are as quick as on Firefox...unless I refresh the screen.
3. When I refresh the screen, the next search is extremely slow again.
4. I have tried the same thing on each computer I have (desktop running Windows 7, laptop running XP, and laptop running Windows 8), all with the same result.
Can anyone tell me what is happening with the quick searches in Chrome?
Different browsers have different quirks and this is one of Chrome's quirks. We have tried to speed this up for first time quick-search on Chrome, but haven't been able to find a away around Chrome's quirks. My recommendation is to try to switch to a view with fewer tasks displayed before doing the search. The fewer tasks you have on screen, the less work the browsers has to do to search through them.
Fantastic. With more and more good things about Chrome (and me being an Android user), moving to Chrome as my primary browser was seeming like a better and better idea. This one thing (the search now being as quick as on Firefox) is making my decision for me.
One related question, though. I have a personal homepage which includes the Toodledo widget (m.toodledo.com). It loads OK on Firefox but in Chrome gives a message "Loading Data" but never loads. Not a biggie, since I do my work straight from the Toodledo site, but wondering if there is an easy fix I am missing.