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AutoCAD freezing after selecting/ deselecting

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Dana W

What about the four year old solution stated above? Did you try that one? Whst was the result?

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a3amanda

I have tried all the possible solutions from the old thread with no luck. I've also done the obvious check of pickfirst, pickadd and pickauto-all set to 1. The main issue is with fencing. I can directly select an object (with a slight 1-2 second freeze) but I cannot window or fence to select anything. Please please please someone help me.

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Dana W

I just noticed your profile says you are using Architecture 2015. I don't know anything about how that works, so I'll step back and let someone else take a stab. It would help if we knew your system stats including video card, and something about the drawing. Maybe post a copy of the drawing here, minus titles and proprietary stuff. Are you pulling in any xrefs? Is it 3D?

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Dadgad

Welcome to CADTutor, :)

 

What visual style do you typically work in?

Try it in 2D Wireframe, if that is not your usual visualstyle, that may help.

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Cad64

What sort of objects are you selecting? I have seen hatches cause problems sometimes.

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a3amanda

Selecting anything. It can be as simple as a line. It's mostly when windowing or fencing the objects. Even just one object.

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Dadgad
Selecting anything. It can be as simple as a line. It's mostly when windowing or fencing the objects. Even just one object.

 

What visual style do you typically use?

Sounds like a graphics issue possibly, if so 2D Wireframe might help. :|

 

Adaptive Degradation might provide some relief too.

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Dana W

Ahem. ;) (taps foot.);)

 

Answer a few of the questions we've posted, and it will go a lot faster, we have pretty much nothing to go an and there are literally hundreds of reasons this could happen.

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Cad64

Well, I guess the OP figured out what was wrong, or learned to live with the freezing? :unsure:

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Dana W

A shrug and a beer and I'm over it. :lol:

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