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Open Feature request MC-536

Set the LARGEADDRESSAWARE flag when compiling MultiCharts

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It is not uncommon for your users to run out of memory. If you set the LARGEADDRESSAWARE flag in the MultiCharts executable, more memory becomes available to the program, changing the memory available from around 2GB to around 3-4GB depending on whether Windows is 32 or 64 bit. One of your users posted on the forum that he had set this flag with a modification to the executable and has noticed no adverse side affects while doubling the memory available to the program from 1.8GB to 3.6GB. It would be best if the flag were set with an option that runs an executable patcher, since a user's system should have over 3GB of RAM to work properly with this option. Has the most gain on a 64bit operating system.

Steps to reproduce this issue

-Run MultiCharts.exe. Note the amount of Virtual Memory available to the program in the Task Manager.
-Using an executable flag setting program, set the LARGEADDRESSAWARE flag of MultiCharts.exe (directions in your forum, search for LARGEADDRESSAWARE).
-Run MultiCharts.exe. Note the amount of Virtual Memory available to the program has increased substantially.

Comments (1)
user-offline.png  Dave (Dave)
Feb 15, 2012 - 18:26

The issue is solved in MC 8.0 64 bit

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    MultiCharts 8.0 (RELEASED)
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