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idw

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11-27-2012 06:44 AM

je cherche une facon de diminuer la grosseur de mon ficher idw. mon iam n'est pas gros mais en idw c'est trop lord et prends un temps fou pour ouvrir. j'attends vos sugestions.

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Re: idw

11-27-2012 06:56 AM in reply to: chantal444

Bienvenue sur le forum.
Ce que vous demandez est très générique sans connaître les spécifications de votre système.
Quelle version utilisez-vous? Quelles sont les spécifications de votre ordinateur?
Quel genre de modèles que vous essayez de faire des dessins à partir de? Assemblées grandes?

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Re: idw

11-28-2012 05:24 AM in reply to: chantal444

When you say that your .iam is not large, do you mean in number and complexity of components, or do you mean file size?  If you mean file size, that is normal-- assembly files contain links to components, not the components themselves.  You can expect an assembly drawing of a complex assembly to be much larger than the assembly file, since the assembly file contains little or no actual model geometry.

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