Windows 7 64.
New Sager, Nvidia 675--up to date everything.
Revit 2013 fresh download, very little else on new computer. All drivers and bios up to date.
Samsung monitor, same resolution on both main and secondary monitor.
Please help....I've heard of many who have had this issue particularly in the secondary monitor. Not sure what to do.
Essentially, wall jumps 3 to 5 feet when I click on it after it has been drawn. I don't seem to have the same issue if I run revit from the main monitor..
Have the same issue whether i run Revit from the Intel or Nvidia High Performance mode.
Thank you, zowie
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Although that doesn't help me in the moment, I'm filled with hope for a fix in the near future!
This has been a problem for a very long time (+4 releases). I checked in Revit 2013 and can repeat the results you are getting by simply not having the 'tops' of my monitors aligned, so I quess it is still a problem. Go to you Control Panel/Screen Resolution and make the tops of the sreens align - It should take care of the problem
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