ZwCAD problems

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Mark

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22-02-2008 02:55 . am | View his/her posts only

I recently purchased ZwCAD 2008, and generally speaking, I'm satisfied
with it, but... some things are not working as they should.
First,
there seems to be command CTRL+LEFT MOUSE BUTTON=ZOOM, and CTRL+RIGHT
MOUSE BUTTON=PAN, that annoys me because I use CTRL all the time (all
my shortcuts starts with ctrl), and if I use it and accidently push
left or right mouse button it zooms and pans accros drawing. Can you
please explain how to turn off that pointless combination of commands?

Second,
performance of ZWCAD 2008 is very low, especially with drawings that
are complex. I get random crashes to windows with data loss... Is there
any solution to that poor performance?

Thx


Mrskotnjak2008-02-25 03:55:41

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Mark

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25-02-2008 03:55 . am | View his/her posts only
Thanks for a very helpful answers, very live forum, it seems that buying this program was a bad decision. Clap

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donkeykid

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 ZwCAD problems
26-02-2008 06:59 . am | View his/her posts only

Hi,
Did you tried the Online support?

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Mark

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26-02-2008 02:18 . am | View his/her posts only
Nope, these are common things, its always better to ask on official forum for things like this IMO. NWM, I hope patch comes and fixes this...

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donkeykid

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 ZwCAD problems
26-02-2008 06:59 . am | View his/her posts only

[QUOTE=Mrskotnjak]Thanks for a very helpful answers, very live forum, it seems that buying this program was a bad decision. Clap



I think it was not a bad decision, as you have your point of view I have mine.
I already used the "Online Support" and it was very good.
Thanks.

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OldForumPost

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06-03-2008 03:18 . am | View his/her posts only
[QUOTE=Mrskotnjak] I recently purchased ZwCAD 2008, and generally speaking, I'm satisfied with it, but... some things are not working as they should.
First, there seems to be command CTRL+LEFT MOUSE BUTTON=ZOOM, and CTRL+RIGHT MOUSE BUTTON=PAN, that annoys me because I use CTRL all the time (all my shortcuts starts with ctrl), and if I use it and accidently push left or right mouse button it zooms and pans accros drawing. Can you please explain how to turn off that pointless combination of commands?

Second, performance of ZWCAD 2008 is very low, especially with drawings that are complex. I get random crashes to windows with data loss... Is there any solution to that poor performance?

Thx



I'm sorry about that. I hope you must set the "right-click customization"
run command OP -> user perferences -> right-click customization
choice "Repeat last command".there will be OK.

Thank you for using ZWCAD.

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dang xuan nguyen

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03-10-2011 08:37 . am | View his/her posts only
I have met several problems when use ZWCAD 2010 on the Win7 64bit operating system. These problems really puzzled me many days. But, after using the following method, most of the pronblems are solved. Hope this will be helpful for those who are using ZWCAD on Win7.



1. Go to Start Menu -- > Control Panel -- > System -- > Advanced System Settings -- > Advanced -- > Performance -- > Settings.



2. Then choose "Custom".



3. In the list of the options, un-select "Enable desktop compostion" and "Enable Aero Peek".



4. Finally, right click the icon of ZWCAD on your desktop, and choose "Properties". A dialog box will be showed. Then, choose "compatibility" and select the option "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings".





Hope this information will be helpful for you.

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herispitson

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 ZwCAD problems
26-02-2008 06:59 . am | View his/her posts only
Generally, we make drawings in model space, and then plot them on paper in order to communicate with others. In model space, we draft the drawing at the real size of the object. For example, we might need to draw a cup with a diameter of 15 centimeters. We draw the top with a circle that has a diameter of 15cm. When we view the whole drawing or zoom into a specific part, the zoom factor changes. CryDead
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