Summary: When using a RAM-based undo buffer and clearing steps from it, memory is not released.
When using a RAM-based undo buffer and clearing steps from it, memory is not released.
Steps to Reproduce
1. Set undo to RAM
2. Fill up the buffer with enough steps to make a noticeable impact on RAM usage in Task Manager
3. Purge undo (or, undo most of the steps and perform an operation, which will invalidate the steps further in the buffer)
4. Notice that RAM usage has not decreased in Task Manager
5. Close NPS and notice that RAM has now been deallocated.
|10/3/2015 09:12 AM CST||1296 days|
|Reported Version||Operating System||Architecture||Fixed Version|
|3.0.10542.86||Windows 7||x64 .NET||3.1.12806.1|