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A3.3 Dynamic Visualizer Quits Suddenly

Dynamic Visualizer has run out of memory. This is possible if Dynamic Visualizer is trying to load a large model or if many objects have been created or destroyed (in which case the memory may have become badly fragmented). For the latter, restart Dynamic Visualizer. On Macintosh systems, the amount of memory that Dynamic Visualizer is using can be monitored using the About Visualizer command in the Apple menu. If it is apparent that Dynamic Visualizer has reached its maximum memory allocation, increase the partition size and restart Dynamic Visualizer. Under Windows systems, close one or more running applications and restart Dynamic Visualizer.



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