Draw wrote: ↑Wed Jan 27, 2021 12:08 pm
Found the glitch. If I load the ArchiCAD 24 standard profile, it works like it should. If I load my custom profile with menus where I want them, shortcuts, etc. it has the delay. So I will try and recreate my Work Environment from scratch and see if that still works when I'm done. What a pain....
And I found the culprit. I forgot to mention my Dual Screen Setup. As soon as I open the Window Palettes "Organizer" and move it to the second screen, the delay incurs! Can someone recreate this?
Thanks for the extra info.
It all seems fine - except 18GB RAM seems an unusual amount - 16GB?
You may be onto something with the detached palettes, this has cause problems before.
I just tried and had no issue however.
I didn't replicate your setup exactly but I opened and dragged as many palettes (including the organiser) across to my second screen as possible but still no slow down.
I am not sure what else to suggest if you are sure it is the organiser causing the problem.
Personally I don't have any palettes on the second screen, unless I deliberately need them there.
I try to keep them docked (some don't dock) and only turn them on when needed.
All I can suggest is to move one palette at a time and if you can narrow it down to the organiser, then report this to your local support people.
It could be some setting in the Work Environment but as you have realised, the only way to figure that out is to start from the standard WE and adjust for each of your settings.
Or it could be a combination of WE settings and palette positions.
The fact that it is fine when everything is standard and on one screen means it is just going to be possibly a lot of trial and error to figure out exactly what the cause is.
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