Reat time panning will do this in other situations, as well, although my
experience has been that it's very sporadic with no definite cause.
One thing that does seem to make it worse is polylines (old style HW)
having bad vertex data. I've noticed this with R14-2000i.
Solution: Don't use RT Panning in those types of situation........just
use '-P (put in buttton, if you like).
No need to be a dick. You asked if anyone had experienced your problem
and if anyone had a solution. I answered both questions. Apologies for
the free help I offered not living up to your expectations.
sorry, kinda having a stress ful day. i started replying to your post and i
noticed that my caps lock was on. however i was to lazy to back space and
re-type my message. (thus the "sorry i don't mean to yell!!)
i guess it did come accross the wrong way.
thanks for the suggestion. i have done the old pan (_p) however when i'm on
the fly and really into my work i forget about that button, and i end up
using the scoll button anyhow.
i agree on the spiratic nature of this crashing issue, however it typically
only happens to me based on the criteria of my original post.
quite a large bug if you ask me on autodesk's part. i made the thread to
see if anyone had a perminate fix from autodesk (as i have been unable to
find a solution on there self support page).
anyhow, thanks tom d for the reply/suggestion. and please accept my
appologies for the un clear responce to your post
remember its not work, its autocad!
I almost never use pan at all. I tend to zoom out & rezoom.
zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom zoooooom... I guess I just like to
ever put a large drawing of a building or structure in perspective & zoom
really fast w/ mouse like you are falling off the top? :o) weeeeeeeee!
I agree. IMO, there are a number of particularly irritating bugs that
have existed since R14 (at least) and been ignored by Adesk. This is a
big reason I believe the so-called vertical market is a HUGE mistake on
their part. Concentrate on developing a flexible, powerful,
bullet-proof CAD platform and let the 3rd party developers develop the
3rd party applications. JMO, of course, and probably of little help to
you.........just had to vent.
Graciously accepted. Don't worry, I have neither the energy nor the
free time to hold a grudge, particularly one that is baseless. ;)
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