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How to get it faster
If you got an old computer do the following things to get the program running faster (all of them remove some functionality from the program though):
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  • Activate the Wireframe or Bounding Box mode in one, two ... all panes.
  • Remove viewing panes entirely. Each pane requires the project to be calculated from a different angle and therefore requires more calculation power.
  • In Edit Mode change the settings for displaying studs to lines or none.
  • Disable Draw to selected part only since the program can use internal speed up routines.
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  What to do if memory runs out
  This section lists things to do if you have memory problems though users have reported that even a large sculpture with 30000 pieces could be handled:
  • Turn off Screen Selection in the General tab of the Settings which needs extra memory. In this case you can still select the part in the Project Parts List.
  • Remove viewing panes. Each pane needs its own memory, removing panes will save memory.
  What to do if the program crashes during startup
  In some rare cases the program could crash during start-up or refuse to load a language module. In this case run the the program RegEdit which comes with your Windows OS from the command line. Search for the criteria LACHMANN in the HKEY_CURRENT_USER path. Delete the entire MLCAD path. MLCad will lose all its settings but the program will do a clean start-up and ask you for the right path to LDraw.
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