After you watch the video, you should be able to see the problem.
A workaround that I have found is to copy the drawings to another draft and go from there.
When this started, I used my computer and then went to another computer to rule out it being a local problem.
It does the same thing on all computers, so it is not a local issue. The files are stored over the network on a large file server and there is 0 lag time, with 0% loss.
The server is a virutal machine with 0 mechanical parts.
The computer specs are:
windows 10 pro
4x intel core i5 processors
8Gb internal ram
64 bit OS x64 processor
AMD radeon hd7000 display adapter
2 dell monitors
intel gigabit network connection
Program specs are
solid edge st9 ver 109.00.05.008 x64
Has anyone else been able to duplicate this problem on a different computer or have found what the problem might be?
Thank you forum
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theer are a couple of point I have seen at Your specifications.
Let me ask:
My first idea for You here is to upgrade to the latest MP, the latest driver of graphics card and see wether this will help
That's what I thought as well. I asked the IT team since it is their computers and they asked me if the problem was local or network. I stated that it can be replicated on all computers since the other computer is a different unit all around with a different graphics card and different st 9 application, it has mp 12 installed.
i'll upload a new video as well to show the whole screen of what I am pushing on the buttons.
I think you have shown pretty clearly this is file specific. No one on the forum can help with that. You will need to log an IR and have software development see if the file can be fixed.
As a workaround, I have managed to copy all of the contents and place them into a new draft document.
So far there has not been any conflicts. (knocks on wood)
I also get an intermitten of HTTP 500 internal server error as well