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Editing a feature while in wireframe, creating lag in background.

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Editing a feature while in wireframe, creating lag in background.

While in wireframe view, editing a hole and trying to rotate the model, creo creates an Windows 3.1 mystify screensaver feel. Zooming in and out will fix the issue. Does anyone know how to prevent this? Wireframelag.JPGEditing a hole feature while in wireframe and moving the model.

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Re: Editing a feature while in wireframe, creating lag in background.

Changing the Config setting blended_transparency from independent to yes resolved the issue.

Thanks for your help with the Issue MaheshSh!




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Re: Editing a feature while in wireframe, creating lag in background.

Changing the Config setting blended_transparency from independent to yes resolved the issue.

Thanks for your help with the Issue MaheshSh!




Re: Editing a feature while in wireframe, creating lag in background.

I ran creo without any config files and it fixed the issue. Now it's just determining which config setting is causing the issue.



We're using Creo 4 M040 on ACPI x64-based PC with NVIDIA Quadro M3000 SE graphics card.


Re: Editing a feature while in wireframe, creating lag in background.

@Natem0613 

 

This seems to be related to graphics.. you may try updating the graphics drivers.. 

Try the same without any config files. 

 

BTW, which version of Creo are you using? and share some machine details.. 

Re: Editing a feature while in wireframe, creating lag in background.

great, check if there is any config for graphics or try splitting the config to find the one creating this issue. 

Re: Editing a feature while in wireframe, creating lag in background.

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Re: Editing a feature while in wireframe, creating lag in background.

Will do.