You helped me with this situation awhile ago, but this time I am unable to improve the situation.
I tried to mess around with the soom target, but do not think I am doing it properly…
Would you be so kind as to give me a “step by step” on how to improve the performance of my scroll zoom and panning?..you mentioned previously to “reset my zoom target”…?
(ie: how zoomed in or zoomed out should I be when I attempt to reset? how big or small should I make the target “box”…?..any any other advise you may have for me?
If I zoom way in, the scroll eventually slows down and does nothing, and the render starts to disappear…and also, while in deep zoom, the pan is very slow/ microscopic movements, and I have to zoom out, pan, and zoom back in again.,.)
(Pascals previous comments were:) (the actual topic started out with curve network and surface edges…)
This is not likely to be due to the mesh setting, it just happens that you reset the target in that view at the time you made the change to the render meshes. The slowdown happens when the camera eye point gets very close to the target point in a perspective view, as can happen with Zooming via scroll or Zoom Window. I suggest using Zoom Target (right click on the Zoom Window button by default) to reset the camera and target from time to time or when this slowdown in dynamic zoom occurs…
any help is greatly appreciated!