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  1. I am facing very slow performance when I open line drawings in PDF format exported from CAD Software. Every operation (such as drag-select, deselect, group, ungroup, move, copy, paste etc) freezes the system for short or sometimes 5-15 sec or more! Initially, I was thinking it could be because the drawings are complex and have too many curves - but then I noticed that it's happening even for simple drawings as well. It works fine when very complex graphics developed naively in AD though. Has anyone else noticed such an issue? I have attached an example file with I am facing such slowdown issue. I am running Designer 1.7.2.471 on Windows 10, 64bit, Intel i7 6700, 16GB ram, NVIDA 6GB GTX 970M Graphics. line drawing slow performance_product.afdesign
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