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When a design gets heavy it can take a while to rebuild. While I understand minimizing rebuild time is the best practice, sometimes it can't be avoided. It seems like my rebuild time is taking a lot longer than the times listed, and I think it's because it is rebuilding a few times in a row because I've made a few changes in a row. It seems to a layperson like me that Onshape ought to be able to stop previous rebuild cycles when something new is introduced that would cause another rebuild anyway. Is there a reason why it can't? Am I even understanding the issue correctly? Even a manual Cancel Rebuild or Pause Rebuild option would be great sometimes.
Evan Reese / Principal and Industrial Designer with Ovyl