We're using AutoCAD 2013 via a Citrix XenApp server. We have a strange issue where the pointer continues to drift for a few seconds when rapidly drawing lines. This makes it very hard to draw with any speed because we have to keep waiting for the pointer to stop moving.
We've already followed the guidelines here, but they made no noticeable difference. The XenApp server has plenty of spare CPU and RAM.
Any ideas how we can stop this happening?
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Does it only happen in AutoCAD? or can this be seen in any other application if the mouse is moved quickly? Might be a setting for your pointer in the OS.
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I'm having the same problem in ACAD2012.
If the mouse is not absolutely perfect, ACAD magnifies the problem. For example, if I click on a the drawing, then type the command "move" and hit enter, the mouse will move either down and to the left 1 inch or up and to the right 1 inch. I have tried 2 different laser mice so far and they both behave the same way. It really impedes productivity. I would really like to know if someone finds a solution.
We have solved this issue. The root cause was the use of the Desktop Viewer utility to launch the XenApp published desktops. We disabled Desktop Viewer by editing the webinterface.conf file on the Citrix Web Interface server. (See Citrix blog post here: http://blogs.citrix.com/2011/03/03/enabling-deskto
Now we can run AutoCAD LT 2013 on XenApp 6.5 with all of the graphics-intensive AutoCAD features enabled. It runs perfectly. We've raised this as a bug with Citrix.
We have had this issue as well. We are having issue with being able to use the center wheel as a pan (single click) and zoom extents (double click) when using ACAD 2013 as an application or on the citrix desktop.
Any idea for this?
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