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  1. Hi I'm reviewing/combining a project with a large number of nodes, all sources in NVivo as transcribed interviews only. Project compacts down to 180MB. I've tried every optimisation trick from here : http://help-nv10.qsrinternational.com/desktop/procedures/optimize_project_performance.htm?rhsearch=slow ...but nodes open very slowly, whether I am displaying coding stripes or not. Whether they contain 1 or 30 items. The node folder column sizing often goes funny. I am using Win 7 Pro 64-bit, 4GB RAM (and 8GB Readyboost). Any tips welcomed. There are only so many emails one can answer waiting for a node to open!
  2. Hi, Does anyone know of a way to display the coding stripes, when working from a node/source, vertically rather than horizontally. Working with many hundreds of codes / refs, and ones neck gets very sore tilting to the right to read the coding stripes. I have tried the detail view variations, undocking and everything else I can think of. Many thanks Mathew
  3. Has anyone been able to determine an easy way - other than using a standard defining string such as [ANNOTATION] at the beginning of an annotation or specifying a series of wild cards that covers any word that could be used (e.g., a* OR b* OR c* OR d* OR etc) - to acquire a user-friendly contextual display of all the annotations in a single project? As it sits I can see no easy way to access all the annotations I have made across a project otehr than by going into each individual document. A side note, the wildcard query approach takes a very long time (20 mins) to run on a very high power machine (16GB RAM, multi-core processors) and can cause the program to crash.
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