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jmartzig
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11-05-2002 09:31 PM in reply to: edarlak
your problem is the same as many others on this board. it wasn't anything about a feature of inventor, other than your complaining, now how can anyone on this NG help you with your slow computer? your complaint was the same as about 100 other people posting the exact same thing. if you looked at other posts you would of seen this.
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Re: Why? Why? Why? Why?...

11-05-2002 09:33 PM in reply to: edarlak
and you also need to deal with software that is going to have bugs in it. what kind of DA would install software without doing research on it first to see if it will perform well. -Joe
*Radlin, David
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Why? Why? Why? Why?...

11-05-2002 09:37 PM in reply to: edarlak
Two wrongs don't make a right.

 

Dave


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if you think it's all sunny skies over at SW, then why don't you go over to
there discussion group and check things out. -Joe
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edarlak
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11-05-2002 09:42 PM in reply to: edarlak
So my computer is the problem? I want an answer as to why I noticed a huge drop in performance when I went form R5.3 to R6 on the same computer (which according to Autodesk's recommended system specs for Inventor, mine should be a screamer!)You have been un-able to help me with this issue, thanks for your input, but you're not helping.
I see that the memory leak is an issue, but R6 also uses much more CPU cycles than in the previous releases to do simple tasks like sketching a circle. I'd like to know why. If you think this is whining, so be it, just ignore me then.
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11-05-2002 09:44 PM in reply to: edarlak
hoperfully SP1, rumored to be out on Nov 15th, will help your issue. -Joe
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Re: Why? Why? Why? Why?...

11-05-2002 10:58 PM in reply to: edarlak
I'm no expert in the area, but I think that many of the issues here came about because of the new Shape Manager Kernal AutoDesk decided to go with. While this allows greater future development, until they get the kinks worked out of the code, we will probably see performance issues. This isn't just new features on existing software we're talking about. This is basicly a new program (IV6) designed to look a lot like old (5.3).
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11-05-2002 11:00 PM in reply to: edarlak
Should they not get the "kinks" out before they release it to the masses? If it's not as good as the previous version, what is the hurry?
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11-05-2002 11:03 PM in reply to: edarlak
The hurry is market share. If they lose market share, they lose money. With how cutthroat the market is right now with the way the economy the way it is, it is no surprise to see how much of a hurry the companies are in to get a product out. The idea is get them to buy now, fix their issues later.
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edarlak
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11-05-2002 11:08 PM in reply to: edarlak
So then, are we to wait for the SP1 after every release? It's probably not a bad idea, but I'm noy sure it's what we are paying for.
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11-05-2002 11:11 PM in reply to: edarlak
Yeah, well, I'm not saying ADESK will actually do that (release one good SP) but that's what is ideal. But hey...at least the SP's are free. :/
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