Thanks for getting back to me.
Generally, when I am trying something new like this, I have a little play to see how intuitive and handy it is first, then read the docs if it looks promising.
In this case, I hit the ‘browser freeze’ issue almost immediately, with a very small example. I looked it up online and this seems to be an issue that goes back since the beginning JupyterLab and (obviously) still hasn’t been resolved. As others seems to experience, the longer I am logged in, the slower switching seems to get.
So I have to admit that I haven’t read the docs, though would say that with other IDE’s I have tried, I managed to get editor and REPL going on the same page without spending hours reading docs. That said, I will look at the instructions on the link (thanks!)
I wonder if it might be that I installed an early version of JL (how can I check this?). If so, is there any simple way I can be sure of installing the latest version (preferably without invoking conda or pip)?
Assume that my most serious issues are on Linux
Thanks for your help.
Update!! I tried to ‘right-click’ in the editor to get a console on my Linux machine but nothing opened up (e.g., no menu showed up like on the video)