Very slow scrolling on iMac with 5K Retina display!

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Hey there,

I am using the demo version of latest Mind Manager 10.6.125 on an max configured fresh installed iMac. But the scrolling (once a map is bigger than screen size) is getting very laggy and slow.

In this state it is not usable. I found out that it must be related to the screen size. Because when making the mind manager window smaller - 1/4 of screen size then the scrolling gets fast again.

So the problem must be relying in the 5k Retina display of the iMac.

Is this already a known issue and can we expect a fix?

Thanks,
Oliver
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Hi Oliver, 

Please try disabling Anti-aliasing and let me know if this make a difference for you. With MindManager open, open the preferences menu, then untick 'Enable anti-aliasing' in the Visual Effects section. 

Best, 
-Marian
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Hello,

yeah that helps, but to be true it's a bad solution because without anti aliasing the fonts look really bad on a 5K display.
So can we expect a fix for anti aliasing on Mac?

Thanks,
Oliver
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Oliver

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So regarding the silence about this topic, I assume that there is no fix planned for the Mac 5k Anti Aliasing to work without being horrible slow and choppy?
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响 李

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Same problem on Macbook Pro 2016 Touchbar and LG Ultrafine 4K. 
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Ary Velstra, Expert Trainer

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There may be a fix planned and we will all be informed once it is there.
Just as Apple does, wise developers never talk about an ETA until all is ready to go ;-)
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Just want to add, that the slow scrolling is also a problem in the Windows edition (Mindmanager 2018). CPU usage peaks while scrolling. Please fix, the software is not usable in this state.

I would be already happy, if the antialiasing-fix helped but I don't have the option to disable that.
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Mikolaj Okolicsanyi

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Hi, still no fix? At this point the software is not usable. I will have to check for an alternate solution :( 
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This is ridiculous (turning anti-aliasing off)! I'm working with images of 2 GB in size in Photoshop with hundreds of layers on my 5K without any problem when scrolling or zooming in an out of these images. Besides the fact that the Mac version lacks more than fifty percent of its Windows counterpart, you won't get me to buy an app that is ported to macOS less than halfheartedly. 
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Christophe Tricot

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Still the same problem with me (11.1.160). Forced to disable anti-aliasing
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Marian Kocmanek, Official Rep

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Version 11.2 addresses this, download here - https://www.mindjet.com/mm-mac-dmg
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Christophe Tricot

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Thank you. It's actually better with this update. Not perfect but much better.
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