Hey all, I'm a 16-tabler on FTP. I use three Dell 20's, so only 12 show up fullsize with no overlap. So I "float" tables in the bottom center of each monitor, and one more floating behind on one screen.
As a result, I need to be able to click a part of one table that is behind another and have the table switch over as I click it. With HEM (I'm in the trial period deciding whether to buy), when I click the table that's behind it often takes up to 2-3 seconds to switch over to that table. Needless to say, that won't work for me while 16-tabling.
I've isolated the issue to HEM (I do run FTShortcuts and FTTableOpener while playing)...never happened on PT3 (but I do like HEM so much more and want to buy and use HEM exclusively). Nonetheless, I tried to vacuum analyze the hands I purchased yesterday and HEM just immediately said the database was done...so I tried the manual vacuum. I've also tried everything that applies to me on the "experiencing lag" FAQ...
-my graphics card drivers are fully updated
-my opacity sliders are all the way to the right
-I tried force ontop and it was a disaster (all my stats were showing up on tables that were behind the table I was looking at)
-"Use Multiple Panels" is not ticked
-I just defragged my hard drive a couple of weeks ago and seriously doubt this is the issue, though if someone really thinks this is the cause I'll try it again
-as I mentioned, I have vacuum analyzed the database
-I can't move hardware acceleration down to None...when I do it causes a problem with NVidia that tells me to turn it back to Full...right now it's in between (on the setting that says "Disable all cursor and advanced drawing accelerations. Use this setting to correct drawing problems.")
-I've changed my Power Options to Max Battery Power
-It's not antivirus
And I'm playing on the most recent version and running Windows XP. Can anyone please help? I really want HEM to work for me -- it seems clearly like a superior program to PT3 but I definitely have to get this issue fixed.
Oh, per villain I'm displaying:
--- New Line ---
BB Fold vs. Steal
--- New Line ---
Fold to flop CB
Donk bet flop
Fold donk bet vs. raise flop
Doesn't seem like an exorbitant amount of stats to display...I have bumped the font up to Verdana 9.
That's about all the info I can think of...if anyone could help I'd greatly appreciate it.