SQL Developer 2.1: Poor performance on 11g

We are experiencing poor response times for queries using sql developer 2.1 with our new 11g upgraded database (11.1.0.7). A bit of investigation has shown that a simple
select 1 from dual;
causes
SELECT table_owner, table_name
FROM all_synonyms
WHERE owner IN (USER, 'PUBLIC') AND synonym_name = :1
Has anybody else seen this?
It is not happening with other IDEs.

Have found out that if the data dictinary inquries drop the the SYS qualifier then we can implement the dolution on metalink. Any chance that this alteration can be implemented? At the moment we cannot use the tool as it is causes too many issues.
Colin

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