Hi Lynn, Objects: 163 GDI 98 User Symbol Bitmap/Icons: 24 407175/795295 Bytes Allocated Does this list include the MultiTrack windows as well? I run quite aMessage 1 of 3 , Sep 23, 2010View SourceHi Lynn,Objects: 163 GDI 98 UserSymbol Bitmap/Icons: 24407175/795295 Bytes AllocatedDoes this list include the MultiTrack windows as well?I run quite a few things which pushes the page file usage to the limit. It is only at the limit I am seeing this effect. At least that is my current thought anyway.Best regards,Fred
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Lynn W. Deffenbaugh
Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2010 11:05
Subject: Re: [aprsisce] Page File Usage
If you double-click on the APRS-IS OK window, what are the numbers on
the lines starting with Objects: nnn GDI mm User and Symbol
Bitmap/Icons:? One of my display performance improvements involves
caching pre-rendered and overlayed symbol bitmaps, so I may be consuming
more graphics resources than previously.
Of course, running MultiTrack windows will use more resources as well
since you're looking at different map areas concurrently.
Page file usage shouldn't be a concern because according to Task
Manager, my full feed is only sitting on 51MB of working set, and only
49MB of private space.
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
Fred Hillhouse wrote:
> Hi Lynn,
> I have two instances running; I1 and I2. I2 is putting up 4 additional
> I just tried to display a picture of a locomotive from southern England and
> the picture would load a thumb nail but not the larger photo.
> I am using Adobe Photoshop Album Starter Edition for photos in emails.
> If it was only the Adobe program I wouldn't be too concerned but it is
> extending into other software, such as AutoCAD Inventor and a couple of
> Now, if I close APRSIS32, the photos will load and display as well as the
> other software will do their thing properly.
> I have dual monitors.
> I am not too concerned as this is my work machine and while it was fast at
> one point, it is only running at 3.4GHz with 1G of RAM. When the Page File
> Usage pushes to 1G, the results are what you read above.
> I don't know how to monitor the display adapter memory usage or if one can.
> Best regards,
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