I'm modelling with the curtain wall tool in ARCHICAD 22 (build 6025, Windows 10).
When I switch to edit mode on my floor plan, responsiveness drops drastically, the hour-glass cursor appears and I need to wait 5-10 seconds to see the screen moving in increments. I can barely pan and zoom, I need to exit the edit mode to navigate.
I don't really know what to do to speed things up, as a workaround I'm using morphs to move the frames to the correct locations (3D editing is fast).
I don't have any custom profiles, everything is "Frame 22", no accessories or junctions. Panel is "CW Composite Panel 22". My floor plan display is set like this:
It looks like this, not that detailed...
I'm working on a decent desktop, so hardware shouldn't be the problem: AMD 3900X 12c @ 3,80GHz, AMD Radeon 5700 XT 8GB, 128GB RAM @ 2600 MHz, 1TB SSD.
My display drivers (Radeon 5700XT) are not the latest, because I had issues with recent AMD drivers, so I rolled back and I cannot potentially mess up my system right now. I don't think it's related to this, because otherwise both 2D and 3D editing is quite snappy on my machine (same goes with AC22 b6025 - it's been quite reliable until now).
Any suggestions? Did anyone have similar issues? What could be the cause?
actively using: AC22-25 INT | Rhino6-7 | macOS / win10
This suggests that the problem is with the file itself. During Edit mode, Archicad will attempt to change the graphic display of other elements. If there is an element that is too complicated, the slowness might happen only in Edit mode only.
This element can be an object, a complex fill, or something else. I will definitely need the file in order to investigate further. Is it possible for you to share the file for a closer look? Please let me know if you need a secure place to upload the file.