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Sticky Curson in CNX2 with D800e files

mklass

Tacoma, US
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Wed 10-Apr-13 04:15 PM | edited Wed 10-Apr-13 04:17 PM by mklass

I have CNX 2.4.1 in a Win 7 64 bit environment. 32GB RAM, ATI graphics adapter. CNX is installed on 256GB SSD Drive, files are on a 1TB WD Black SATA Drive.

When I am processing D800e NEFs, the mouse cursor in CNX acts "sticky" and jumps about, lagging my actual movements. This does not happen with D3s files.

This behavior actually started with the first version of CNX to appear with D800e compatibility. It has just finally gotten to the point of really annoying me.

I've tried turning the cache on and off (it is on the SSD drive when on), but that makes no difference.

Any known or suggested cure?

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