I am finding that when I use AutoCAD 2013, on Windows 7 64-bit, there are hundreds of .png images being recycled (see attached). Does anyone know what causes this, or how to fix it?
do you really use plane AutoCAD? .... or a vertical like ACA or Civil3D?
Interesting would be, when these PNG's appear. E.g. Just to stast AutoCAD/verrtival and quit it without drawing anything ... or have you used something like a catalog browser?
- alfred -
I am using straight AutoCAD 2013, but I do have the Civil 3D Object Enabler installed.
I never use tool palettes, keep them closed and don't ever refresh them manually.
I'm running AutoCad Architecture 2013. I also am wondering where these images are coming from. I have over 3000 *.png along with plot style table files and Autocad tool catalog files in the recycle bin. From my recycle bin I can find the properties and their origin is: "LongPathFiles". None of them are very large just a few kilobytes.
If these are simply being updated online howcome it needs to send the obsolete file to the recycle bin? Is there anything volatile when I empty the recycle bin? What happens if I restore them?
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