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Mercury takes huge amount of RAM


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Hello,
Since a few weeks I'm working with Mercury Messenger on my mac, but it began to run really slow, espacially the conversations.
A few days later, I discovered that Mercury uses almost 1 GB of RAM memory, which is a little high, in my opinion. Is this normal, or do I need to reinstall someting? Or is it those skins that make it that heavy?

Thanks in advance, Jip.
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I would contact the developer and ask them
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