Problem with slow opening of card 2

Steven Axtell saxtell at megavision.com
Mon Dec 18 08:02:33 EST 2006


Steve,

I have seen the same issue as well using Windows 2000.  I haven't been able
to identify the cause.

Steve Axtell



>
> In a message dated 12/18/06 6:29:08 AM,
> use-revolution-request at lists.runrev.com writes:
>
>
> > > I know this issue has been raised in the past, but bring it up once
more
> > with
> > > the hope that someone may have a resolution. The problem is that after
> > > using my Mac to create a standalone and then transferring the Windows
> > standalone
> > > version to a Windows computer, the intial opening screen may open in a
> > > reasonable time, but on trying to go to the next card with a simple
"Go
> > Next" command,
> > > there is a significant delay in going to that card. After going to
that
> > > second card, the program performs quickly in going from card to card.
> > Why is
> > > there this delay and how can it be avoided?
> > > It doesn't seen related to whether or not there are any substacks,
since
> > the
> > > problem exists when there are no substacks and also exists when the
size
> > of
> > > the stack is relatively small.
> > > It has been suggested that perhaps it takes some time for the program
to
> > > fully load. However, I tried the following unsuccessfully:
> > > a. I tried waiting some time before clicking on the "Go Next" button,
but
> > > there still was a delay in going to that second card.
> > > b. Considering that there may be a delay in loading the program fully
> > until
> > > one makes the move to that second card, I wrote the following script:
> > >
> > > On openStack
> > > set lockscreen to true
> > > go next
> > > go prev
> > > set lockscreen to false
> > > end openStack
> > >
> > > However, the delay persists. Any ideas? Thanks.
> >
> My problem does not seem related to whether there are images or sounds on
> card 2. It is the same problem even if there are no images or sounds
within the
> standalone.   Also, I cannot see it being specific to any other content on
card
> 2 since the problem exists   in a variety of standalones which are quite
> different.   Is this a known problem in Revolution?   If not, perhaps it's
> something about my Windows computer (which tends to run slowly in general)
rather
> than Revolution.   My concern is that I need to distribute these
standalones to
> Windows users and it can be frustrating waiting for that second card to
open.
> I've tried to alleviate the problem partially by setting the cursor to
watch
> until the second card loads.
> Steve Goldberg
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