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    How to switch off writing to disk?

    Hi,

    how to switch off writing data to disk (eg temp)?

    Regards, Herbert

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    Hi,

    for performing reasons I recommend to switch off writing data to disk (eg temp) in MMF 3.

    Regards, Herbert

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    Writing to disk when? With the Array object? While saving? What? Huh? Could you be more clear?

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    MMF2 Windows desktop applications are writing/extracting data to temp directory and is working with this data during the application is running (data is exchanged between RAM and temp directory).
    For todays PC and for some reasons I recommend an option to switch off this action and recommend to work with this data in RAM only.

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