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Why are some Maestro panels slow to open?

Some of the Maestro panels are written in Python, and it takes a few seconds to load the PyQt libraries. Once these libraries are loaded, other Python panels should open quickly. Some of the Python panels load other libraries, which can also take several seconds.

If you find that the panels are taking much longer than this to open, the problem might be a memory problem: the machine has to swap out other applications in order to load these libraries. If you close down other memory-intensive applications, these panels should be quicker to open. Another possibility is network speed, if you are running Maestro from a networked file system.

Keywords: Maestro, response, speed, slow

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