Controlling visual elements
The number of entities in your drawing and the complexity of the drawing affect
how quickly progeCAD can process commands and display your drawing. You can
improve overall program performance by turning off the display of certain visual
elements, such as solid fills and text, while you work on the drawing. When
you are ready to print your drawing, turn on the display of these elements so
your drawing prints the way you want.
You can also improve performance by turning off entity-selection highlighting,
the display of marker
created when you select locations in the drawing, and by turning off the display
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Controlling the display
Turning Blips on and
Turning Fill on and off
Turning Highlighting on and off
Turning Quick Text on