I have an assembly . when I open it in zoom and rotate view is not problem
But when I inset it into a new assembly zoom and rotate view is very slow .
When you say slow, what does that mean? And can you make sure you are not inserting it too away from origin.
Hi Mr Gupta
thanks for reply
zooming moving and rotation is very slow . the main plane of assembly is exactly coincident with origin.
Can you insert that into an existing assembly with some other files and see how that behaves.
i insert that in another assembly with many parts and sub assembly but the problem dont solved.
...maybe look at your Performance and Image Quality settings... change them to very low and adjust to see if it helps?
Perhaps you are opening assembly in quick-view/lightweight mode - that's why it rotates with a good performance but when you insert it into the another assembly it resolves and performance slows down. Can you post a snapshot of your expanded feature tree in both cases?
The graphics from the picture you have attached looks to me like the one from Design Review mode.
i open assembly file with lightweight mode.
Right. And what if you insert it to another assembly - I think it is resolved in this case. So I believe this is the reason why you see different behavior. So either put your new assembly into lightweight or resolve original one and you should see similar performance.
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