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autocad slow when command line placed on 2nd monitor


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I have dual monitors . today i tried maximized space on main monitor by placing command line on 2nd screen .

Strangely when i do that , autocad is slowed down . any command has a lag of about a second .

i usually have adcenter and toolpalettes on 2nd monitor with no problem .

any idea why this happens ?

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I don't have a solution, but since it's been a few hours without any replys, I'll just add that I've seen several topics at the Autodesk forums where other users have experienced the same issue, so you may want to poke around over there to see if anyone found a solution.

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Try to keep your main monitor (your primary monitor you set in control panel) be the one you work on autocad with. Secondary monitors give it fits from time to time. ESPECIALLY with ORBIT. (your primary can be either monitor)

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Try to keep your main monitor (your primary monitor you set in control panel) be the one you work on autocad with. Secondary monitors give it fits from time to time. ESPECIALLY with ORBIT. (your primary can be either monitor)
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I've had this issue as well.

 

I keep everything (except properties dialog, layer manager, design center and external reference dialog) on the Primary monitor and it works GREAT!!

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