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[Bug report] Slow zooming / updating of position

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Hi,

 

next point: Zooming though the map is super qiock - as long as the simualtor is not running. Having the Simulator connected can bring the program to a crawl or even halt it for some time while zooming. I observed this on the Server as well as on the Client.

 

I have several other Moving Maps (Apollo Airmap, Plan G) which are slow in zooming, too, it may just be related to slow loading of maps via the Internet (over sub-optimum Connection, to be honest). On the other Hand, EFASS is much quicker in zooming, thus there might be some hope.

 

Related: I observe sluggy updating of the airplane symbol position, but this only oin the Client, while it's following quickly when running SimLAucnherX on the Server itself.

 

As always - any idea what I can do on my end?

 

Kind regards, Michael

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Hey Michael, had same issue on my client pc, I disable the Animations at the navigation tab and now zooming its working closer to EFASS.

No problem here updating the airplane icon, real smooth.

 

Good Luck.

 

Alex

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Hi Michael,

 

I will go out and buy and second machine this weekend, so I can properly test the client-server operation myself. I apologize for not having done this before.

 

Another thing to check is the setting of the targets of the instruments and radio stack. If set to 'Simulator' the load on the client will be increased.

 

thanks, Maarten

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zoom with animations are smoother with latest version..  1.05.5408.1510  on 2nd machine

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Hi Alex,

 

tried this yesterday, animations off did the job, now it's zooming super-smoothly.

 

Kind regards, Michael

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