No, but I suspect that each time you clicked that button over the past 6 months, there WAS actually clean-up to do, but if you never clicked it a 2nd time, you’d never know.
To clarify my comment… Every time I click the clean-up button, I see the dialog stating that the app is already cleaned; but if I dismiss that dialog and immediately click the button again, I see the actual clean-up dialog - i.e. what I expected to see the first time I clicked the button.
Therefore, I suspect that all those dialogs over the past 6 months stating that your app was clean were a lie. If you never bothered to click the button again after dismissing that dialog, the app would never have been truly cleaned.
Thanks for the reply. But I still don’t understand why. Why would an unused style affect a page’s load time?
Let’s say I have Styles A and B. Style A is used on a page. Style B is not. Why would Style B affect this page’s load time?
The only explanation I can think of is that Bubble might have to do an operation similar to Do A Search For to find the appropriate style and if the list of styles is long then this search would take longer but I didn’t think that was how styles were loaded.
Just echoing what others have said. Ever since I can remember, every single time I’ve used this feature, I’ve had to click the button two or three times for it to run properly. I’ve thought about reporting it many times, and always forgot.