Posts by Edgars Janeluns

    Sorry for a double post, but maybe this helps the Enscape Team to narrow down the issue search.

    This is what happens during a typical working worksession in Revit:

    a) pause Live Updates

    b) make changes

    c) Resume Live Updates (after this typically there is a status bar on lower left corner within Revit, showing that the changes are loading into Enscape)

    d) Pop-up status bar saying 'Exporting to Enscape'

    d) Lower bottom left corner of Enscape window shows a circulating loader animation, indicating the update of Enscape view.


    This is what happens during the latest release worksession in Revit:

    a) pause Live Updates

    b) make changes

    c) Resume Live Updates (after this typically there is a status bar on lower left corner, showing that the changes are loading into Enscape)

    the speed of this status bar has not changed in comparison to the previous versions, it works flawlessly without any delay.

    c+) Revit freezes, Pop-up status bar as black solid for 3-5 minutes (see attached image)

    c++) Revit unfreezes, Pop-up status bar comes back to life and runs all the way to 100%

    d) Lower bottom left corner of Enscape window shows a circulating loader animation, indicating the update of Enscape view.


    The freeze begins right after Revit has packed all info to be sent to Enscape, and the Pop-up of Enscape export comes up.


    THE 10% ISSUE


    I am experiencing the same symptoms, after getting the latest release, Version: 2.6.1+13260 | Revit 2019.2


    All has been working brilliantly with all of the previous releases, up to Version: 2.6.1+13260. Unfortunately, with the latest release every time I start Enscape, or even change something with live link on pause, then resume - whole PC freezes for some 3-5 minutes (when starting for the first time, loading stops on 10% - an issue discussed in various threads on this forum). After that time, all loads and works properly.


    - Have the latest graphics drivers, NOT THE ISSUE

    - Deleted the textures folder to see if the problem is there, NOT THE ISSUE

    - Unlinked all other Revit files from the master file to see if they don't contain any bugs, NOT THE ISSUE


    The weird thing is - I downgraded to the previous version, Version: 2.6.0+11215, where everything was working smoothly, and that has the same issue now. The model itself has not changed. The confusing aspect of this issue is that with the installation of the newest release, whatever is causing the freeze seems to have baked itself into the model, and is transcending into other older versions too (that worked perfectly prior to version 2.6.1+13260).