Is anyone else experiencing this?
This is a brand new issue for me, as of today.
Merely having a Coda project open in a Chrome browser tab pushes my CPU into high range without ever dropping back to a normal range. The browser tab need not be active, just open.
Number of Coda Tabs | Chrome % of CPU | Total CPU %
0 | 1-5% | 10-20%
1 | 40-50% | 60%
2 | 55-65% | 75-85%
3 | 60-70% | 85-95%
NOTE: Even test docs with only one section and a handful of conditional formatting rules and formulas cause this behavior.
For a long stretch recently I was experiencing high sustained CPU usage when a Coda tab was active, but clicking away from the tab always released the CPU back to a normal range. (This situation was bad enough, and it cleared up for reasons unknown.) Today I can’t even do that. Just having a Coda tab open pegs the CPU usage until the tab is closed.
NOTE: Chrome is up to date.
NOTE: Restarted Chrome. Issue persists.
I have hours worth of meetings today using other people’s time where we were going to be interacting with a Coda project for the during of the meetings.
I don’t know if I should allow my machine to run that hot for that long.
I don’t know if I can work in Coda at all for any significant period of time until this is cleared up.
THIS IS A PROBLEM. PLEASE ADVISE.