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View Transitions – AutoCAD 2008 (and earlier)

I recently came across a variable that was set in an older release on my machine but not my newest install of AutoCAD 2008 . It controls the View Transitions. You can have them smoothly glide in and out – or turn it off (my preference)

Here is the “how to” from the help files in AutoCAD 2008…

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To change the appearance of view transitions

  1. At the Command prompt, type VTOPTIONS
  2. In the View Transitions dialog box, check one or more of the following options:
    • Enable Animation for Pan and Zoom. Makes a smooth view transition during panning and zooming.
    • Enable Animation When View Rotates. Makes a smooth view transition when the view angle is changed.
    • Enable Animation During Scripts. Makes a smooth view transition while a script is running.
  3. Set the transition speed by moving the slider.
  4. To preserve performance, set the minimum frames per second for showing smooth view transitions. When a smooth view transition cannot maintain this speed, an instant transition is used.
  5. Click OK.
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