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Slow movement/drag on large assemblies

brucebartlettbrucebartlett Member, OS Professional, Mentor Posts: 1,854 PRO
edited June 24 in Product Feedback
I am experiencing a fairly slow response when dragging my large assemblies. I am thinking this is related to my local hardware but before rushing out for an upgrade I am wondering if I have the correct assumption. 
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  • john_mcclaryjohn_mcclary Member, Developers Posts: 1,936 PRO
    edited June 24
    I've experience this too on brand new hardware.
    Although It still preforms smoothly when you allow the software to move the objects. (Animation/change configured position)
    Which leads me to believe it is a latency issue.

    I'll submit a ticket for mine through feedback.
  • daniel_cookdaniel_cook Member Posts: 46 PRO
    I am experiencing a fairly slow response when dragging my large assemblies. I am thinking this is related to my local hardware but before rushing out for an upgrade I am wondering if I have the correct assumption. 
    Hi Bruce - what's the details on the assembly? Some of mine hit 1,000 unique parts and 3 - 4,000 total parts pretty routinely now and I've just gone down the faster GPU hardware route to keep up and make sure I have enough VRAM to hold it all.

    What GPU are you using?
  • paul_chastellpaul_chastell Onshape Employees Posts: 115
    I would suggest contacting support @brucebartlett as @john_mcclary is going to do, they should be able to quickly work with R&D to analyze server logs and identify where the time is going and whether it is being spent on the client or server (or both).

    Paul Chastell / VP of R&D / Onshape Inc.
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