... Hi John, Thanks for checking it out, I don`t see it as a problem for an average user as machines now days are fast and you wouldn`t see this effect, myMessage 1 of 8 , Mar 3, 2012View Source
On 04/03/12 00:27, John Wiseman wrote:
Unfortunately I don’t have a slow machine here to try it on.
Even with 10000 stations it only uses a few percent on my Intel Atom 1.6 Ghz based laptop, but I realise that a direct comparison of clock speed between old and new processors can be misleading.
Do you see the problem with a very low number of stations? – I’m interested to know if it is drawing the map that takes so much, or adding the station icons.
I could probably add an option to refresh less often for slow machines.
Thanks for checking it out, I don`t see it as a problem for an average user as machines now days are fast and you wouldn`t see this effect, my machine here maybe needs another shovel full of coal, Hi Hi.
It is only a problem as the map becomes more populated BUT it is only for a second or so where the mouse etc stops to function, on a faster machine, you don`t even notice it.
I thought I would just mention it in case someone else had a similar problem but I am certainly not going to worry about it.
Regards ..... Peter