|Product:||PageStream 188.8.131.52 (Windows)||Reported By:||T.J. Zweers|
|Severity:||Minor||Assigned To:||Deron Kazmaier|
|Priority:||Low||sign in to watch (1 is watching)|
|Category:||Drawing Tools||Updated:||2009-05-24 07:01:30|
|Summary:||Strange enlarge barrier for redrawing|
|Keywords:||redraw speed vector|
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PGS can enlarge until 3000%.
PGS is fast for redrawing drawings (vector like) until 1300%.
Strange but not a big one.
|Deron Kazmaier wrote...||2009-05-24 09:57:56|
My tests don't show a serious difference in speed. I'm sure a complex page will be slower editing, but if there is some unexpected, non-linear slowdown, I don't see it.
If you can supply a sample page that has this problem, I'll be glad to look at it. Just attach a file, and reopen the bug.
[Status updated to 'Works for Me' on Sun, 24 May 2009 09:57:56 -0400]
|T.J. Zweers wrote...||2009-05-24 11:11:16|
Maybe it is a Windows only one!
I just done it again, and I just went to 3000%. Only the vector drawing was not visible, so I use the scrollbars. Click, one vertical dimension higher on the white screen (only grid to be seen), and it took a while the redraw the grid lines.
So I closed this document and went straight for a new document (now no vector drawing on it), increased the zoom size at once to 3000%, and use the scrollbars to move around the page. Slow!
The same applies for Reshape tool redraw, when I changed something: slow.
Maybe it is only the redraw of the grid that slow things down when the zoom size is 1400% and higher.
[Status updated to 'Reopened' on Sun, 24 May 2009 11:11:16 -0400]
|T.J. Zweers wrote...||2009-08-13 01:58:19|
I have the grid (Set Grid) at 0.1 mm.
So it is a grid and zoom depending behavior!
And it is not a complex page. A simple, small, circle on a empty page and zooming in, plus move it, does the trick.
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Bug #290 - Strange enlarge barrier for redrawing by T.J. Zweers redraw speed vector
created:2009-05-24 07:01:30 last updated:2009-05-24 07:01:30
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