RealCADD5.32b5-b6-b7-b8

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Eric Pousse
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Re: RealCADD5.32b5-b6-b7

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A new beta version, b7, is available.

I think that it is almost finished.
I have one pdf file which with there is a problem of color and some objects are in white and not visible.
With some others, texts are not well converted.
But with many, the result is fine.
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Re: RealCADD5.32b5-b6-b7

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Hi Eric

I've used it several times on PDF's and it has been great.

But I think ordinary RealCADD files are a little bit slower – is that possible? Or is it just my imagination??

I was working on a file with several layers, all visible, and I got the dreaded "rainbow wheel" a lot as I was moving around the drawing. I tried it with 5.20 and 5.31 and it was faster I'm pretty sure and no wheel!

Cheers -- George
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Re: RealCADD5.32b5-b6-b7

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Bonjour George,

I will test some big drawings with v5.32b7 vs older versions.

Thanks.
Cordialement.
Eric Pousse
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Re: RealCADD5.32b5-b6-b7-b8

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Bonjour George,

You were right, I think that now the speed of version b8 is as good as v5.31.

It's great to have such a high-performance tester, thank you very much !
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Re: RealCADD5.32b5-b6-b7-b8

Post by debenriver »

Hi Eric

Yes it's noticeably much faster now – possibly faster than 5.31 in fact!

Many thanks -- George
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