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    Unhappy New Update SLOWS down page changes

    Anyone else experiencing this?

    After installing the new update for 12, it doesn't crash when I switch to another page (like it sometimes used to), but now, instead, it can take 40 seconds to over a minute (!) to switch pages. CRAZY!
    Last edited by KayK; 10-14-2011 at 01:17 AM.

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    This is doing precisely the same thing for me. at least a minute between page changes if not several minutes or the program freezes. Help!

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    Here too. Some pages opens more quickly, but most after 20-30 sec, same with Preview.

    New fast computer with Windows7.

    Any ideas? Very, very difficult now to take care of more than 1000 pages....

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    Basic fix worked:

    Site view > Tools > Re-optimize

    It tooks very long time to re-optimize, but now it works like it should do! This was very old site, from Fusion MX -times so there were probably sooooo much old junk in it.

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    Actually, it didn't work If I close NOF and start it again, site is again very slow. But if I make again re-optimizing it works fine again. So I cannot close NOF at all during working with the site. Re-optimizing after every closing is not that bad, but unfortunately it takes around 20 minutes every time.

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    Have you tried re-optimising, then deleting unused assets and exporting a template? Open site from template and see if that makes any difference. You'll still have the original site if it doesn't, and if it does you just start working with the new site from template. I've done this a few times with old sites.

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    No I haven't, good idea! I'll try it immediately. I'm working with around 10 sites which all are very old and all the big ones are slow. I'll try with the biggest one at first.

    (By the way, we have -30 celsius here in Finland, how about Tasmania

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    I too have this problem with a site that was created in an older version (only thing I really use fusion for is this one site). It has always been pokey, but especially slow since #3 update. I have reoptimized, cleaned unused assets, exported to a template, and every other trick I have found on this forum, and it absolutely crawls when switching pages and generating pages for publishing. Also, if editing the CSS manually in Style view, it corrupts the style about 75% of time.

    When using the generated template to start up again it prompted me to do something with the database connectors (use existing or overwrite). there were a bunch of them in there that I had deleted years ago, and are not visible anywhere in the GUI. So clearly, the optimizer still leaves artifacts and there is no other way to get rid of them. It would not surprise me if this may be a root cause of the slowness and instability... uncleaned NOD file artifacts/orphans.

    I do have over 200 fonts. I read a post that said that can cause performance issues, but it can't be avoided unless I want to run two workstations! I fail to see why this should be a problem.

    My PC is new and Killer. Intel i7 quad core, 16GB ram, 1tb Raid. This thing is STUPID FAST, unless you are trying to use Fusion.

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    > I too have this problem with a site that was created in an older version... I have reoptimized,
    > cleaned unused assets, exported to a template, and every other trick I
    > have found on this forum, and it absolutely crawls when switching pages
    > and generating pages for publishing. Also, if editing the CSS manually
    > in Style view, it corrupts the style about 75% of time.


    NOF12 is very close to being unusable for me. I've also done all the
    tricks, and the speed isn't getting any better. For me, it's not
    switching pages or publishing. It's the speed of text editing, which is
    beyond awful. And links that are broken for no discernible reason.

    Tonight, it's taken nearly 2 hours to perform very minor updates on half
    a dozen pages, fix 2 broken links to a MasterBorder graphic that's been
    in place since I started this site in 2007, and update text in a
    3-column table with 18 rows.

    > It would
    > not surprise me if this may be a root cause of the slowness and
    > instability... uncleaned NOD file artifacts/orphans.


    Possible. I don't have errors pertaining to previously deleted items,
    but reoptimizing routinely munges paths to background graphics in text
    styles — and has done so for multiple versions. (And yes, I've reported
    it to Tech Support in detail on multiple occasions.) Unfortunately, our
    site layout depends on these text styles, and I have yet to find another
    efficient way to accomplish them.

    > My PC is new and Killer. Intel i7 quad core, 16GB ram, 1tb Raid. This
    > thing is STUPID FAST, unless you are trying to use Fusion.


    My rig has similar specs. Not that it helps.

    Allison

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    Quote Originally Posted by Centauri View Post
    (By the way, we have -30 celsius here in Finland, how about Tasmania
    Warm - it's summer. Around low to mid 20s daytime, down to about 7 at night. Can't wait for winter!

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