Has anyone experienced any slow performance in Object Spy and Object Browser after adding * to the MSAA and selecting the .Net open application support? It does drive me crazy to browse any objects on the object tree.
If I remove the * from MSAA, the performance is still very bad. If I remove the * from MSAA and disable the .net open application support, some controls can't be recognized. But the performance is back to normal as TC7.
In your project properties, there's a place where you can specify a filter to designate which applications to filter for as Open applications. By default, all processes are searched for as open. So, when you go to the Object spy and Object browser, it needs to load up all the stuff of all applications and all processes you are running in Windows.
There are several options that you can select from. Perhaps setting the .NET and MSAA stuff will give better performance if you set your filter down to only those applications you want to recognize as open.
If you're working with a .NET application, the default recognition should be enough and there should be no need to enable MSAA. As for improving performance, I recommend that you take a look at the following technical paper: http://www.automatedqa.com/techpaper...formance-tips/