I've really been enjoying Medium so far, and I'm eager to make the most of it. I keep running into issues with my 8GBs of RAM, though. It doesn't take long to get to a point where operations like layer merging and duplicating are unavailable to me, as well as any higher resolution sculpting. Interestingly enough, I can access these features again if I save, quit, and restart the program before going back to work.
I assume that process clears out all the data held in RAM. However, deleting layers/reducing material and starting a "New" sculpt from within the program before re-loading don't seem to clear it similarly. I'm planning to pick up more RAM at some point soon, but I wonder if there's any good way to do this from within the program or any tricks I can use to lower my memory usage during sculpting? (I have never used the Resolution-UP feature, this is all just happening over time and possibly due to my scaling the model to move around it or access tricky spots, which I understand also dynamically changes the resolution.)