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Hi again,

So it took a little bit longer than I expected to get back to this today.

It seems to work just fine in Tk mode, at least for now. I did have to
quit and restart Analysis after making the change in preferences, but it
seems faster now.

I'll see if it continues to behave for a while, and then maybe try
switching back to see if this is still a problem.

Andrew



On 4/5/12 9:26 AM, "Wayne Boucher" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>Hello,
>
>I'm also on 10.6.8 but with a Core 2 Duo but I'm not sure what difference
>that would make.
>
>I was using Tk mode, as it happens, but when I switched to OpenGL mode it
>still worked ok.  So it will be interesting to see what happens for you
>if
>you switch to Tk mode.
>
>Wayne
>
>On Thu, 5 Apr 2012, Fowler, Andrew wrote:
>
>> Good morning Wayne,
>>
>> You seem to have summarized the problem more succinctly than I did.
>>Indeed
>> it draws, then seems to "overlay" a blank screen. I forgot to mention
>>that
>> it's Mac OS 10.6.8, fully updated (and a CoreDuo, so 32 bit only).
>>
>> I just checked and it's in OpenGL mode. If this suggests anything, I'm
>>all
>> ears. Otherwise, I have a seminar in about 10 minutes, but I'll try
>> switching to Tk mode and let you know if it makes a difference.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Andrew
>>
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>> On 4/5/12 8:21 AM, "Wayne Boucher" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> I tried to re-create this by opening up 20 3D spectra (each about 32
>>>Mb,
>>> so not that huge I guess), and having a couple of windows and strips,
>>>but
>>> it seems to be behaving itself for me.  But this sounds like some kind
>>>of
>>> Tk double buffering screw up (so it is splatting a blank page after the
>>> fact, rather than, or perhaps for some obscure reason in addition to at
>>> the beginning of the draw), which presumably manifests itself if the
>>> drawing is taking too long or something.  I forget, are you on Linux
>>>and
>>> if so which variant?  And is this in Tk (rather than OpenGL) drawing
>>>mode?
>>>
>>> Wayne
>>>
>>> On Wed, 4 Apr 2012, Fowler, Andrew wrote:
>>>
>>>> I have a titration with 11 total 1H-15N HSQC spectra. I've got the
>>>> spectra
>>>> imported/overlaid in Analysis 2.1.5, updated last week. Spectra were
>>>> converted with pipe2azara, and I've made contour files. All are peak
>>>> picked, and I'm trying to propagate assignments prior to extracting Kd
>>>> with "follow shift changes". This is a "clean" project with no other
>>>> spectra in it.
>>>>
>>>> Now the problem: any time I zoom, move, or otherwise change the
>>>>display,
>>>> all 11 spectra and associated peak markers draw/update pretty much as
>>>> expected. As soon as they finish drawing, or perhaps as soon as I so
>>>> much
>>>> a breathe on my mouse, everything on the canvas blanks. If I remember
>>>> where things are, I can blindly draw a box around a shifting
>>>>resonance,
>>>> which redraws and re-blanks, and propagate the assignments. For the
>>>> peripheral peaks, this is very annoying, but I have a handful of
>>>>places
>>>> where there is significant overlap and do need to see what I'm doing.
>>>>
>>>> I tried zooming in on only 2 or 3 peaks, but that only slightly speeds
>>>> up
>>>> the display problem. If I turn off the display for several spectra,
>>>> things
>>>> seem to behave normally - I'm not sure what the magic number is, but
>>>> it's
>>>> less than 10.
>>>>
>>>> Any suggestions? I'd prefer not to have to propagate every assignment
>>>>2
>>>> or
>>>> more times. I've allocated a full gig of RAM to Analysis on startup,
>>>>so
>>>> I
>>>> shouldn't be hitting bit problems there.
>>>>
>>>> I've seen similar things happen temporarily with some large 3D spectra
>>>> (C13-NOESY/HCCH-TOCSY), but those are usually ok after a redraw.
>>>> Quitting
>>>> and restarting makes no difference.
>>>>
>>>> Cheers,
>>>> Andrew
>>
>>
>>
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