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On 2013-09-20 06:28, Paul wrote:
On Tue, 17 Sep 2013 20:41:30 -0700 (PDT)
mxkuzn <> wrote:

Re: Go.  It's not hard to surpass 3K limit
if you keep multiple related layouts in one
filelike I do. I need hundreds of them
at this stage, each has 200-300 objects,
and graphical preview in Draw was very
What exactly are you trying to do? If you're needing multiple game
diagrams, wouldn't a specialised tool (like Drago) be better? Or turn
each game diagram into its own image before including them in the file.
And why does it all have to be in one file? I think any program will
likely have speed if not stability issues with files of that many

This seems to be a bug, a regression in I have just gone from 3.6>4.05>4.1 and 4.05 is ok. crashes. Win 7 32 bit. Why would you want so many objects? If draw is going to offer opening of PDF's then it needs to accommodate this many objects. My PDF's I open regularly with draw rarely have less than 14000 objects. DXF drawings can easily have thousands of items, EPS also. I don't think it is a design limit or there would be a message and not a crash and draw would not drop support for all the above file types (I would hope), it must be a bug.
Anyway, back to 4.05

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