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MikeLockwood Advocate III
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Multiple Properties of type Screen in Component Slow down Web Studio

I was using the new Component setup to create a menu system for my app.  There are about 9 button each navigating to a different screens.  I created a property for each button to hold the screen name to navigate to of type screen. This significantly slowed down the development environment, it would take 10 to 12 seconds to switch between screens.

 

I have rectified this by changing the Type to table, currently I am going to have a seperate table for each button.  The reason is i am also using the App.ActiveScreen to compare to the listed screen to set the button to disabled mode to show the button in a different state in turn reducing the updates to the table.  So of the button have to be compared to a list of names as there are sub screens to the primary.

 

I just wanted to pass this information along incase anyone else has or does run into this issue.

Thanks,
Mike L.
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Re: Multiple Properties of type Screen in Component Slow down Web Studio

Hi @MikeLockwood ,

 

Thanks for your sharing.

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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