Thu Feb 22, 2018 1:15 am Post
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Fri Feb 23, 2018 6:14 am Post
krastev wrote:I'm using windows 10 - no Fall Creator's Update yet. I run both Scrivener versions 1.9.7 and the new beta.
I don't use any of the compatibility modes. Yet, I've never encountered any of the problems you mention.
It can be really helpful if you specify the version of Scrivener you are using.
Do you have all those 26,000 words in one file?
Fri Feb 23, 2018 8:57 pm Post
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Thu Mar 22, 2018 11:09 am Post
jtscribe wrote:Thanks for this post! I'm having a similar issue and have a similarly "overkill" computer for word processing: i7-4790K 4GHz quad-core, 32GB of RAM, 4GB Ti1050 GPU, NVMe SSD boot drive.
I also notice that the program seems to run better in full screen. This is problematic because my second draft process is to do a split screen between Scrivener and a web page to access grammar checking apps. Navigating through a paragraph with the cursor keys is extremely slow, and highlighting paragraphs to copy and paste will sometimes "chug" as if the system is bogging down.
I've used both Edge and Chrome browsers, with neither resulting in much of a difference. Memory usage in either case is still well below max - usually under 20%
It almost seems like a graphics acceleration issue, what brand of GPU are you using, NVidia or ATI?
I'm using Windows 10 Pro, 1709, 16299.309 (March 13, 2018 update.)
Will try with compatibility mode and see if that changes anything.
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