Originally Posted by Jim Chapman
I think this is an issue around memory allocation (i.e. it's likely to happen if you're reading a large book). And it may be exacerbated by the existence of the new 'XNA mode' graphics (which does allocate memory for some big 2D texture objects). I will be working on it some more ...
In my case I'm running without XNA. Since it takes a restart to turn that off, perhaps texture allocation could be avoided?
Still, even with the random tombstoning (still not sure why that goes back to the sources page rather than the book page -- pre-Mango went back to the book IIRC, just had to re-calculate page numbers) it's a much quicker resume than it has been in the past, and it really just my low-level OCD getting in the way (ZOMG, need the page numbers!!