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July 15, 2015
Posted on July 15, 2015 by Darin Green, Synergis Lead Product Support Specialist
A few releases ago, Autodesk incorporated a variable that allows us to use an additional processor to improve the speed of ZOOM operations such as REGEN, and REDRAW.
If you’re having performance issues, this should be fine for your first stop. By default, this variable is set to 1, try changing it to 3 to see if performance is gained.
- 0 – No multi threading
- 1 – Regeneration multithreaded processing only
- 2 – Redraw multithreaded processing only
- 3 – Regeneration and redraw multithreaded processing
Note: This enhancement applies to zooming in and out where drawings need to be regen or redraw.
Darin is one of our Helpdesk Leads and provides tips and information in our monthly Helpdesk Newsletter. Darin has over 10 years of CAD experience and in his time at Synergis he has provided support for over 700 customs to help them stay ahead. He previously worked with Ritter and Plante Associates where he performed various zoning, project duties, and hands-on field work, along with surveying. Darin has a broad range of experience with many CAD applications including AutoCAD, Revit, AutoCAD Civil 3D, Map 3D, among others.