A couple of things I have noticed using 4.0 Beta:
I am running 64 bit Java 7 under Windows 7. Note, I did try running with 64 Java 6 at first. I experienced the same issues in both JVM's
I am not as concerned with this as I see the same delay in 3.2.2. Figure with the plugins, jvm, etc. that this is just the way it is. I don't see it as any different than any other program with a number of features.
I generally have about 10 to 15 tabs open, of those 1 to 4 are not tied to any file, all are are shared between 1 to 2 different connections.
If there is a specific place on the OTN forums that I should be placing information about SQL Developer 4.0 Early Adopter 1, please point me in the proper direction. This just seemed like a similar topic.
I am using SQL Developer 4.0 Early Adopter 1 on Mac OS X Version 10.8.4.
PROBLEM: when I execute a query and it appears as script output (not query result, but script output that is like text dump), I have the folIowing problems:
* I cannot cut and paste selected pieces of content using Command+C and Command+V. For example, if I select a number in the output with my mouse, then hit Command+C and try to paste that number into an email, it does not work, the copy/cut will not work.
* while in the script output window,if the output fills entire script output window and it requires scroll up and down to see all output, then if I hit Command+A to "select all", it does not work, I must select all the content in the script output window manually using my mouse. Curiously, if I select it all with my mouse and hit Command+C, it will copy the data and allow me to paste it into another window, but if I select once column value from the output and hit Command+C, then it doesn't copy it and I am unable to paste it elsewhere. Also, when the output fills beyond the script output window, it does not scroll automatically, I must manually scroll down to see remaining output, this true for output of any subsequent queries that follow, they will execute, but to see the results, I must manually scroll down to see remaining output from additional queries.