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    It’s my first time to open so big file – 12MB XML file and view/change something(want to open whole file, not partial). During scrolling the vertical bar, I find the operation is not so smooth (feel slack). Experience is not so good as it on opening small file.

    I don’t know if there’s a way to improve experience? Thanks!

    My laptop environment:

    Operating system: Windows 7 Professional Service Pack 1 64 Bit
    Number of CPUs: 8
    Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4710MQ CPU @ 2.50GHz
    Physical total memory: 8GB
    HDD: SSD 128GB
    EmEditor: version 16.6

    Yutaka Emura

    The 12 MB file is very small, and should be no problem with EmEditor. Can you please disable Outline if already enabled? Can you also disable all plug-ins?

    If the problem still persists, please export all settings first (Tools > Export and Import), and then try the “Reset All Settings” command (Tools menu > All Commands > Tools).




    Suppose it is caused by the file with very long(column) text in one line or some lines.

    For example:
    1,000,000 lines of “0123456789\n” , 12MB,
    View “Wrap by Window” => Vertical bar is smooth; Horizontal bar is N/A.
    View “No Wrap” => Vertical bar is smooth; Horizontal bar is N/A.

    Try to remove all “\n”, it will become 1 line of “012345678901234567890123…..”, 10MB,
    View “Wrap by Window” => Vertical bar is not smooth; Horizontal bar is N/A.
    View “No Wrap” => Vertical bar is N/A; Horizontal bar is not smooth.



    Yes. This file has only one row and 12,793,967 columns. It’s generated by a software. The contents are like
    <ap:TaskPriority Dirty="0000000000000000" TaskPriority="urn:Prio5"/></ap:TaskPriorityMarker></ap:TaskPriorityMarkers></ap:MarkersSetGroup></ap:Map>



    Hello, Yutaka sang,
    Thanks for your reply. I have done as your suggestion. But it seems same as before.



    Workaround solution: find all “<ap:” replace with”\n<ap:”
    EmEditor can handle many lines file easily.

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