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  1. RevM

    Very sluggish

    This is not a bug as such, but I am finding the Accordance interface very slow on my computer. Other programs are very much faster. For example resizing windows is very slow, there is a delay betweeen clicking a menu item and the menu appearing, Entering search terms is slow, general screen drawing is slow etc. The background processing itself is plenty fast enough but the overall impression is of a very sluggish program. I am using v13.0.4, (v12 was quite a bit faster). I am running on a Dell Optiplex with i5-4670, 24GB RAM, SSD HDD with plenty of space, GTX710 video card alongside Intel 4600 graphics. I take care to keep all my drivers up to date. I run multiple monitors.
  2. I am diagramming through Mark. I create one file per chapter. I have it set up for a 4x4 grid of custom-sized pages (12.75" x 16.50") [it was the only way I could figure out to get sharp printouts that maximize letter-sized paper]. My process is I select a paragraph or two, click "Diagram". This creates a new tab which I work in. I then copy the contents of that tab into the first tab. In the end I have the entire chapter in the first tab. I can then delete the secondary tabs. At some point, I populate the first tab with too much stuff and Accordance slows way down when I make an adjustment to the diagram. I timed a few simple operations (e.g. moving one item with one up-arrow). It took a spinning beachball and 7 seconds of time to accomplish. I tried quitting all other programs; quitting and restarting Accordance; rebooting my laptop; and deleting all other tabs in the diagram window. I also had the diagram module up in a separate window running on a second monitor. I have attached my workspace for Mark 12. Trial 1: Accordance had been running for a while. Memory usage was over 500MB. Trial 2: After a quit and restart of Accordance, Memory usage was about 280MB. Trial 3: Reboot machine. Forgot to check memory usage. Memory usage does not see to be the problem. The difference between 1 & 2 is interesting though. In all 3 cases, Disk usage was minimal. The bottleneck appears to be CPU usage. CPU % would spike to over 50% usage after each move/delete/add icon operation. In two instances a select and delete of an icon spiked the CPU to 62.6% and 87.2%. Several times it spiked to 99.9% and once to 100%. I have a MacBook Pro 13-inch, 2016 2.9GHz Intel Core i5, 16GB RAM, Intel Iris Graphics 550 1536 MB. Running MacOS 10.14.5. Accordance 12.3.4 Diagram (Mark 12).accord
  3. I recently upgraded and bought a new windows laptop. It is a significant upgrade in terms of power and build, and yet, using any English module (as opposed to, say, the GNT), is slow. scrolling is sluggish and highlighting by hovering over words is "laggy." It feels as if it is having trouble loading or processing, but my older, weaker computer handles it fine, and my current never heats up or turns fans on. I'm running accordance with the Original Language Collection on the newest version of Windows. If this is a repost or is in the wrong forum, I apologize! Many thanks in advance!
  4. Evan Bryant

    Accordance 12 sluggish

    Hi, I just upgraded to Accordance version 12 last week. Everything works, but it's running sluggishly on my MacBook Air (2012; 1.7GHz, 8GB Ram) running MacOS Sierra 10.12.2. The search feature is as fast as ever, but when I scroll up and down in Bible texts, commentaries, tools, etc. there's a substantial delay in the response. Sometimes I'm not sure whether my scrolling registered at all, and I scroll again, but by the time it catches up I've scrolled too far. It's quite frustrating. When I restart the program it works smoothly again...for a while, but then eventually bogs down. Also, it does this even when Accordance is the only application running on my computer. Does anyone have any idea of what might be going on? Am I the only one experiencing this? Is there anything I can do to fix the problem? Thanks! Evan
  5. Wes Allen

    10.2.4 Slow and unstable

    Hi, I've been noticing Accordance becoming more and more unstable ever since I upgraded to 10.2.4. It takes forever to load, and mouse clicks will frequently take several moments to register. I've also experienced hangs when copying text and crashes when creating new tabs. I delected the default session... it actually made the problem worse. Any ideas on how I might trouble-shoot.
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