I've been getting this message ever since i upgraded to Acad map 3d 2013. it gets particularly annoying when using orthophotography. i've tried all the guesses as to fixing it but nothing works. just letting y'all know it's happening a lot.
I have someone in the office having the same problem. I told them to save & restart. When they did this, they did not receive that message. Undo acted like always. I can't figure what's happening.
I've been having this problem also since upgrading to Autocad Map 2013. And before I get that message, undo doesn't really work right. I've tried the off and then on thing. Also tried closing out and re-opening. But I'd like to actually solve it. Does anyone know how to set it differently so it works like it used to in 2011?
So I get that overflow message again (similar to the image that began this thread) and I do the off and then on again trick that the message says to do, but it obviously does not clear the file because shortly thereafter I get another message and this one has a larger number of bytes that it says are there so that undo will be disabled when it reaches an even nearer threshold. To turn it off I typed undo, clicked on auto, clicked on off then did the same to turn back on. That turns auto undo off and on---is there a way to turn the whole undo command off and then on?
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