Describe the bug
I've been using snap areas for awhile now and have been intermittently bothered by an issue where if I attempt to move my windows around it will lag and stutter. This video does a pretty decent job of showing the before and after: https://d.pr/free/v/CsyUib. Note the points "after BTT loads" when the window just stays in place but I'm still click-holding (and moving) the window.
When I close BTT, all the freezing and stuttering stops.
I've also deleted all my custom snap areas and the stuttering is just as bad.
Thanks for the help Andreas. I do not have any other mouse/keyboard apps installed. I wasn't able to truly diagnose why this is happening. Perhaps the GPU is not keeping up. But I deleted all my snap areas, and when creating new ones noticed that I can disable/enable the snap areas when I hold a keyboard button down (like cmd). Enabling this for all snap areas (have to enable them individually) has dramatically reduced the stutter.
About 50% of the time I'm not using BTT's window snapping, so this is a great little trick to reduce the stutter w/o much inconvenience.
I have the same issue with stuttering, and I believe I am able to reproduce the issue on a fresh OS install with a fresh BTT install as well.
It's a problem that's been plaguing me for quite a long time, and eventually caused me to just quit BTT so that I don't experience the stuttering
Description in this video:
Upon an initial launch of BTT, everything is fine
After adding a custom snap zone, there's delay and stuttering when initially moving a window
After deleting the custom snap zone, the there's stuttering whenever moving a window ~75% CPU usage
This latency that occurs after deleting the snap zones appears to persist indefinitely, but goes away it I restart the program
2019 13" MBP
Big Sur 11.0.1
40" 4k monitor
BTW, I have a similar issue when I set "too high" value for "polling rate" in iCUE software for my mouse.
Right now I have 125Hz/8msec, if I set it to 500Hz/2msec for example, FPS drop simnifically, even when just moving the mouse. Do you think it might be connected? What should I report to Tibia? What kind of "requests" you're talking about?