I have a macro that selects all objects and at times can seem turn run slow when it is regenerating. Is it possible to turn of the display when running an IsoDraw Macro.
No, it is not possible to turn off display during macro execution.
You could try to do the following:
Move your macro code that selects all objects into a submacro and call that from your main macro.
In some cases this can reduce the number of redraws and may speed up your macro.
If it fits for your use case, you could also try to minimize the window before starting the macro or call the macro from the batch tool.
Would it work having a bit in the macro that zooms the display into a very small part of the illustration so that when it does the redraws, it's only redrawing a tiny part of it and should speed up?
I have tried both to separate the macro into a submacro and the zoom technique with mixed results. I will have to see if I can fine tune farther. Thansk for the help.