I had a windows update destroy my computer, but I had my Rhino files backed up. On the new system, I’m suffering mega delays after I move, delete or otherwise touch any surface. I’ve figured out that at least part of the problem is that I had auxpecker installed and I believe Rhino is looking for that information to render everything.
Is there a way to delete the rendering info in a file so Rhino doesn’t spend several minutes looking for the stuff every time I move something? You’d think it would take a computer program milliseconds to look up something and see it’s not there, but Rhino is stubborn and will hang up for minutes. BTW, I tried deleting every surface out of the file, leaving just the curves and that doesn’t fix it. However, if I copy all of those curves to clipboard and past them in a fresh new file, then it works normally. If I knew exactly what it was looking for, I could put it back in the place it’s looking, but I don’t.
Thanks a bunch!