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Old 09-05-2011, 06:59   #1
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Very Slow with ENCs

I've just loaded the full set of NOAA ENC charts for the US into CPN and it's become v.slow. Every time I zoom or move the chart position CPN goes into a series of file create & file open screens which typically take a couple of minutes.

Anyone any ideas?

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Old 09-05-2011, 18:15   #2
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I've just loaded the full set of NOAA ENC charts for the US into CPN and it's become v.slow. Every time I zoom or move the chart position CPN goes into a series of file create & file open screens which typically take a couple of minutes.

Anyone any ideas?

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Once a particular chart is built, it opens much faster the second time around.

There is a feature request for a batch build, but I suspect it is kinda low on the list.

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Old 12-05-2011, 04:53   #3
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Unfortunately that's not it. I can go backwards and forward between the same locations and different levels of zoom and it's still like a snail. Everything is perfect with cmap, and every other format I have. Just have a problem with encs.

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Samarang....

Could you post your logfile? We need to see the bottom of the file, where the most recent run information is recorded.

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Old 12-05-2011, 12:31   #5
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Of course, but I need you to tell me where to find it.

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Installing OpenCPN | Official OpenCPN Homepage - Scroll down to Location of Important Files. Log and config files.
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Sorry, looked at that page but missed the bottom line.

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Samarang....

Thanks, but.....

Log did not get attached.
Please try again. You may need to rename to opencpn.log.doc to get the uploader to accept it.

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Think it' there now. Renamed as.doc
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Samarang....

Thanks, got the log, studying now.

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