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    I used It for a study. And in future if i want reuse it i ask what went wrong in this file

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    What i wrong in this file ?is it normale that Regen And refedit are slows?

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    There is no quick answer at this point.

    Here is what I would do and it would probably take a long time. I would start breaking down the file into chunks to see if the performance improved on some parts and not others. If there is an improvement on all parts as it is broken down, I would chalk it up to too many objects. If the problem can be isolated to one part of the drawing, that is where I would focus my efforts.
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    I think part of the problem can be traced to objects that are far off in space and lie either above or below the Z elevation of "0". In other words, your 2D drawing is actually 3D.
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    Oh i Think it was simply i am sorry. I only want to know The reason. Then The problem is Even for You ?i do Not accept that autocad slow down for a simply 2d . I have a Intel core 7 8giga ram a nvidia quadro ...

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    ReMark, I'm not getting any objects far off in space. Could it be you don't have object enablers for them?
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    Object enablers ?

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    I have autocad mech 2013

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim78b View Post
    Object enablers ?
    That is probably not your problem. Look 'em up. (My post was addressed to ReMark.)
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    Oh sorry You are so kindly To resolve My problem

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