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How much slower is saving DWGs to A360 cloud?

A - answer Saving DWG files to a local (or LAN) disc and saving DWG files with copy to the A360 cloud (for web publishing or for backups) take the same time - web transfer will not slow you down. Uploading DWG files to the cloud happens asynchronously, on the background, controlled by the A360 Desktop component (see the Windows taskbar).

You can check the timing of DWG saving yourself, e.g. with the help of the following LISP utility (uses 10 saves):

(defun C:TESTA360 ( / total start stop)  
 (setvar "CMDECHO" 0)  
 (setq total 0.0)  
 (repeat 10  
 (setq start (getvar "millisecs"))  
 (command "_SAVEAS" "" "")  
 (setq stop (getvar "millisecs"))  
 (setq total (+ total (/ (- stop start) 1000.0)))  
 (princ (strcat (rtos total 2 1) "\r"))  
 (command "_DELAY" 4000)  
 (setvar "CMDECHO" 1)  
 (princ (strcat "\nTOTAL: " (rtos total 2 1) " sec"))  
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