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jim78b

i have a dwg file about 9mb when i save, refedit etc it is very slow !!! i do all!!! i can not understand who is to slow the drawing!!

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dkeran

You could try overkill & purge. Also try opening a new drawing file and copy & paste all your information across and save. Sometimes these methods seriously reduce file sizes and may help speed things up.

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Spaj
i have a dwg file about 9mb when i save, refedit etc it is very slow !!! i do all!!! i can not understand who is to slow the drawing!!

 

 

 

Hi

 

 

Have you checked to see if you have MicroStation .DGN complex linetypes in your .DWG? Was a problem with AutoCAD 2013/2014. Symptoms are, odd looking linetype definitions in the linetype manager dialog box, unusually large drawings, slow loading, and inability to copy information into or from .DWGs.

 

 

https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/autocad/troubleshooting/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/AutoCAD-DWG-files-unexpectedly-increase-in-file-size.html

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jim78b

thanks but i do it all!!! now i post the file so you try to refedit a block and discarge you see a very slow processing.

https://we.tl/N3SRGClFvM

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ReMark

I'm skeptical of the website you link to. How about uploading the file to DropBox?

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jim78b
I'm skeptical of the website you link to. How about uploading the file to DropBox?

 

it is wetransfer

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jim78b

ok now i give you the dropbox link

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ReMark
it is wetransfer

Sorry but I don't trust it.

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jim78b

ok i give you dropbox link

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jim78b

I'm going crazy with this file

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jim78b

I would be very grateful if you solve it

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RobDraw
thanks but i do it all!!!

 

Please tell us the steps you've done to try to solve this.

 

Is this just the one file or are all files affected?

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jim78b

No only One file i post The file

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jim78b

I use purge -purge regapps overkill audit Save as dxf ...And purge Nothing:(

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ReMark

I was able to speed the drawing up, somewhat, by deleting all blocks named PAL_10P and by deleting 159 block references that mainly appeared as dots (way off in space) named cas_9. I was unsuccessful in my attempts to reduce the file size to any real extent. Audit reported over 240,000 objects and 6158 blocks.

 

Looking at a front view of the drawing I found 187 objects that are above/below the bulk of the objects in the drawing. Most are listed as being "dimension disassociated."

 

Well it is one of the more interesting drawings I've seen. You have certainly packed a lot of detail into it.

Edited by ReMark

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RobDraw

Is this typical of the files that you usually work on?

 

There is a lot of stuff in there.

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jim78b

How You Can purge a Lot of things ?The Main problema si when refedit a Block You exit And i must wait a Lot until autocarro regen

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jim78b

No It is a file on which i worked

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RobDraw

What is this file being used for? Is it necessary to have all that stuff in there?

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