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Maestro is slow to rotate structures. Is there anything I can do?

First, if possible, run Maestro on your local machine. Displaying over a network can result in slow performance.

Second, ensure that your display machine has a graphics card and a driver that supports hardware-accelerated OpenGL and that this feature is enabled and the driver is up to date.

Third, ensure that you are not running a large number of applications, and using up all the memory on your machine.

If your structure is large, try to minimize the number of graphical objects that must be displayed, for example by undisplaying labels and displaying a selection of atoms instead of the entire structure. See KB article 1284 for more information.

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#1285: Maestro is slow to respond. Is there anything I can do?
#1457: How can I optimize the performance of Maestro?

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