It appears that with every update the performance just keeps getting worse. I realize that features are continually getting added but at what cost? There is no point adding all these tools like PS integration if it compromises performance, saying that before update 7 performance was really poor anyway. I am using the delivered BuildingTemplate_AU WorkSpace and WorkSet and running from the default installation on the C drive.
For example, when using the Structural Elements there is about a 10 second lag by the time I select the Steel Beam tool until I can place a beam in the model. Once I place a beam I can continue placing beams without much delay but when I deselect or go to place a column there is another 10-second lag. This makes my job impossible, how can I firstly recommend using OBD and then get guys to use the product when it is this slow?
Any suggestion on how to improve performance?
There is a significant pause as a tool reads the available section data. Try taking a look at the sections included in your Workset:
Use the add/remove buttons to control the section lists that you want to include:
I found that after a previous question about available section lists I had added lists from multiple countries so had far too many in my current set and it took ages to load the tools.
I'm not sure if this is Prostructure related but ever since the OBD Update 7, I have been getting serious lag in some cases.
I have been seeing 10+ sec lag to perform normal operations such as selecting an element, drawing a simple line, etc...I can't seem to be able to put my finger on the cause other than these behaviors started with Update 7.
Side note...Operations such as placing a door always needs to load the assembly library first which can take a long time. Is there a way to have this assembly always loaded or ways to speed up these processes?
OBD Update 10.10.00.197
Windows 10 Pro