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  1. Ok, I think I solved the problem using a separate folder for every SCML file. To my understanding, Spriter loads up the entire content of the folder where the SCML file is, so that if you have a bunch of hi-res pics, they will be all in memory. But still I am not sure why, when you open the second file, the memory doubles up. Best !
  2. Thanks Mike! Please do not hesitate to ask me any question, if you need more info. Best!
  3. Hi all, first of all congrats for this great tool, it's coming along a bit slowly, but overall it's a great tool. I have a problem with Spriter Pro related with RAM usage: on my Windows 7 machine with 16 Gb of RAM, after I open 1 scml file of about 250 Kb in size each, the memory usage of Spriter Pro goes up to 600MB. When I open another file, it doubles up to 1.2 Gb. When I open a third file, it goes close to 2 Gb and it becomes heavily instable. I basically have to close the program and open it again for every file that I load. Is that normal? I tried both with enabling and disabling OpenGL, nothing changes. Thank you for your time, and keep up the good work! ciaps
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