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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 8:51 am 

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Hi all,

since I installed the new SP13 x64 the IDE is the most of the time in (not responding) mode (probably somehow related to right-click???!)

For example:
- I create a new standard Project, select the Device, click on ok,
- The project structure will be created in 20-30s,
- right click on Application to create a new POU (Programm,ST), OK --> directly followed by a right-click on application again --> not responding for ca. 8s until the menu comes up. CPU load of Codesys increases up to 17% (440MB RAM), in idle 1,7%.
and so on...

adding a EtherCat Master takes roughly 1 Minute...

It feels like all right-clicks on a new point (Device, Applikation, E/A mapping) are making some stuff in the background...

I compared it with the SP12.40. The CPU is going for the same procedure as before only up to 4% (RAM 440MB very similar), but right-click is working directly...

I'm using W10x64, i7-6820HQ @ 2,7Ghz, 16GB RAM.

Is there a setting for this? It's really annoying or I just use the SP12.4 until the next release...


PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:50 pm 
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Probably something related with your OS / PC setup ?
I run a virtual PC with CODESYS SP13 x64 & x86 in tandem which works like a charm.

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