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jamied2000
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Block Editor Is Jerky

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05-22-2008 09:50 AM
When I exit out of the block editor into model space I do any command after that it is jerky. In order to clear the jerkiness I have to close AutoCAD and restart it. How do I get rid of the jerkiness?
*Dean Saadallah
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Re: Block Editor Is Jerky

05-22-2008 11:52 AM in reply to: jamied2000
Try turning off background running apps, turn down or off video card
hardware acceleration and see if that helps: restarting AutoCAD resets
Windows memory management as well.

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*Jack
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Re: Block Editor Is Jerky

05-22-2008 02:52 PM in reply to: jamied2000
For what it's worth, I've found the same thing. It's like snap has been
turned on when I come out of the Block Editor. As a practical matter
though, I only use the block editor on those rare occasions when I'm
creating (or modifying) dynamic blocks. On a day-to-day basis, our normal
mode is to have BLOCKEDITLOCK turned on so that double-clicking a block (at
least one that doesn't have attributes) to go to the REFEDIT command.

Jack

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When I exit out of the block editor into model space I do any command after
that it is jerky. In order to clear the jerkiness I have to close AutoCAD
and restart it. How do I get rid of the jerkiness?

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