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Abort filters and rendering without having to quit paraview (Bug 3925)

Some filters can take very long to finish. Also large datasets might take forever to render. It would be great if a user could press a stop button to stop these processes without having to kill paraview.

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      • noojnooj commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        i have been noticing a bug with 3.8.0 on mac, where turning on or off an object (clicking the 'eye' in the pipeline browser) takes 100% of cpu for a longer and longer time (over thirty seconds). it's like a memory leak for rendering. i can't narrow it down to a bug report, but an abort button could be very useful.

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