WYSIWYG editor extremely laggy when trying to edit a specific Web clipped page

For start, if you want to reproduce yourself, please try to use the Web Clipper to save the article https://tomshardware.com/reviews/gpu-hierarchy,4388.html to Joplin. Then open it and try to make modifications using the WISYWIG editor. Just viewing the note seems fine, but as soon as I start to make any changes, everything seems to basically stall for several seconds. Then, it suddenly unblocks itself and becomes responsive again.

I assume that this may be caused by the website in question having a lot of large tables. Could this be the culprit here?

I'm attaching Joplin version information below. The OS is Windows 10, and the hardware is decent (Ryzen 4350G, 32 GB RAM, NVMe SSD, etc.).

Joplin 2.8.8 (prod, win32)

Client ID: 9467bf8dedaf4b7bad312d5fb32dd440
Sync Version: 3
Profile Version: 41
Keychain Supported: Yes

Revision: c2a6a13

Could you create an issue on GitHub about it?

Sure. I also tried to attach the whole .jex file in case the website becomes unavailable or changes, but it exceeds 28 MBs. I didn't want to make any modifications to reduce the size, e.g. delete images, to keep the original state.

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