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Please see this short video of the behavior: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AkEOa9HQyVXzhKhP9PYvZ5wTK0G15Q?e=10WRgk

Since building a new PC in Dec I have been unable to get EOF to operate in a useable fashion. As you can see, each element of any window is drawing in very slow succession and it typically takes 2-5 clicks to get a menu to start to display. This is not an issue on my old PC or work laptop. The only thing I can imagine is there might be some issue with it not playing nicely with my RTX 3060 ti. The card is stock, haven't done any OC to it yet, drivers are kept up to date, but when closing say the preferences screen, my GPU usage spikes to 13%. EOF is installed on a gen4 nVME drive, I've got 32GB 3600mHz RAM, and a Ryzen 3700x - certainly no reasonable bottlenecks there. I've tried fresh downloads with and without the hotfixes and have copied over working builds from my other machines - all behave exactly the same. I've tried launching as admin, tried various compatibility settings for older versions of Windows, ensured the download folder doesn't have any blocks on it (mark of the web), and tried disabling the partial folder read-only mode. I'm at an absolute loss. 

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On 5/6/2021 at 10:19 PM, arrov said:

Longshot, but do you have any special soundcards or USB direct input sound interfaces on your PC? Depending on how they are setup in your system, they can cause weird issues with some programs

If ya didn't already figure something out since its been almost 2 months..

I haven't figured this out yet. I do have a Scarlett 2i2 as my input and output. I just tried disconnecting the interface and used the 3.5 line out on the mobo and EOF still performed the same. Do you have any particular suggestions for something to try? Thanks

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Issues with soundcards/interfaces are usually related to drivers or setup - I had some problems with my interface when I tried to make it my default playback device in windows. I had to set my mobo built in sound as the system default and setup individual programs to use the interface only. There can also be some problems if you have your system and/or programs set to use different sampling rates than each other (44.1 vs 48khz and 16bit vs 24, etc).

If you tried just using your mobo sound with your interface turned off, it shouldn't be an issue though...

Issues with drivers are just making sure the drivers for the interface are up to date.

 

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Yeah the drivers are up to date, and I used this same interface setup on my old rig. Made mobo out the OS level primary but no luck. Funny is that playback works just fine in EOF, it's just the click response and controls drawing one element at a time that's sideways.

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Do you have a G-sync monitor? If so, it needs to be set to fullscreen mode only in the nvidia control panel. If it's set to fullscreen and windowed mode, EOF will act like this.

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On 5/14/2021 at 8:32 AM, hooolian said:

Do you have a G-sync monitor? If so, it needs to be set to fullscreen mode only in the nvidia control panel. If it's set to fullscreen and windowed mode, EOF will act like this.

Dude you are my hero! That did the trick!

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