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This modeler is that slow...

Hi,

I've been using Bizagi for a while with small processes (only few boxes and gateways).

Now the story becomes different as I model more interesting processes.

This modeler is not designed for modeling 'big' processes, I mean more than 15 activities...

It freezes and it's very slow when trying to move activities or gateways, etc.

*** My version: 3.2.7.247

*** My computer:

- OS: Windows 10

- CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6600U CPI @ 2.60GHz 2.81GHz

- RAM: 16,0 Go

- System: 64 bits, x64

I started to use Camunda, which is very fluid compared to Bizagi; I'm about to abandon this software if no solution is found.

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Dear User,

We’re sorry to hear you are experiencing issues with our latest version of Bizagi modeler. A member of our support team will contact you in order to carry out a remote session and analyse the behaviour of it.

Regards

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I have same problem. It takes a lot of clicks just to move a connection from one task to another.

My version is 3.2.7.242 64 bit

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Have the exact same issue but looking at the amount of comment regarding slow response is should clearly be a known issue that deserves priority?

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Dear User,

After the remote session, our product team has resolved it. Please proceed to download 3.2.7.252 version from: https://bizagi.sharefile.com/d-s551e4f198fd4660a

We look forward to hearing from you

Best Regards

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This looks better, thanks!

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Dear All,

Although you have a fast machine with excellent technical characteristics, you may experience these performance and visualization problems because you are using a 4K monitor or maybe the resolution of your screen is not appropriate for Bizagi Modeler.

Please verify your screen resolution and change until you find the one which accomplishes the expected behavior. Thanks for your understanding.

Best regards.

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Unbelievable. I understand I have to find another tool for my job.

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Dear N B,

We are already working to solve all of these performance issues and also support 4K definition in future releases of Bizagi Modeler.

Regards.

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