Have you ever had a PDF in Bluebeam that seemed to take forever to load? Well this is most likely due to one of Bluebeam's default preferences (the render setting) that is supposed to make viewing faster, but typically slows it down. By changing your rendering settings in preferences, you can increase the speed at which your pages typically load. See below for details how to update your preferences. I have also included a couple other preferences changes I recommend.
Find Your Preferences
For your rendering style, you can either choose 1) Wait for Completion, 2) Iterative Draw, or 3) Iterative Draw with Sweetener.
Modifying the mouse scroll wheel to be consistent with the rest of windows I found to be really helpful.
Navigation --> Mouse Wheel --> Single Page Mode: --> Scroll. This will make the scroll wheel work the same whether you are in single page mode or continuous page mode. Now to zoom in and out, just hold in Ctrl and use your mouse wheel.
I recommend updating your username as it is tied to all your comments.
General --> User
I recommend your full name So "rkreider" becomes "Ralph Kreider"
Take some time to try out difference preferences to make Bluebeam work the best for you.
- Some other that I would recommend looking into are general --> Brightness
- Startup - Uncheck "Show recent files on open"
- WebTab - Uncheck "open PDf Hyperlinks in WebTabs"