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  1. Hi Sean. Thanks for feedback and input. I would not mind if a pop up appeared saying that there are too many curves, and then could return and select less, though it is more the fact that freezing happens and I could lose work done previous to trying to add. Good luck with resolving this with development team you pass this along to.
  2. Thank you. I have uploaded files, 1 of file with the issue and second the screenshot of this issue with the attached file. I recreated new file where this happens too, as I the file I originally posted about in this forum with this issue I do not have anymore. I will await feedback. Thank you for patience with getting uploaded file.
  3. It happened again, expired link and I did not get notified. Please make link active again. I have updated my notification settings so hopefully I will be notified when you respond. Thank you and sorry for hassle.
  4. Sorry, I clicked link and it has expired, I did not get email notification you had replied.
  5. Please send link to attach file through, that has been done before when I have been asked to send file through this forum.
  6. See attached screenshot, does not process request of "adding" shapes together, see "add" loading, though this does not complete the requested action.
  7. Thanks I have sent this via link you sent one hour ago about this on this topic.
  8. Thanks, I have sent this via link in message sent by SPaceBar one hour ago about this on this topic.
  9. When I export PNG, it does not export correctly as per document, yet when I export PDF it is correctly exported. See attached PNG, you will see shard with in middle of outlined shape in bottom half of image, then see PDF attached that displays correctly with no shard. Please advise on this and if it can be fixed. The work around I am using is exporting as PDF, then opening PDF in Apple Preview to export there as PNG whereby no shard is (in error) "created". I can send original Affinity Designer file if required. I am using Affinity Designer 1.8.3 on an Apple Macbook Air from early 2015, using Operating System MacOS Catalina 10.15.5. Let me know if any other information and or files I can provide to assist with possibly fixing this. Pineapple-T7d-GD.pdf
  10. Following screenshots were taken to show issue and I did not edit file between different screenshots or zoom levels. Screenshot 1 shows a zoomed in view - note "2 shards" sticking out of light green outline around central darker green colour. Screenshot 2 shows a different zoomed in level - note only "1 shard" when I zoomed in further, sticking out of light green outline around central darker green colour. Screenshot 3 shows full picture. Basically the shards are not in original file, they are only displaying in different zoom levels with this issue. As this is not an issue with stroke tool, it is only how the stroke is "displayed", it is not a major issue, it would be just nice to see "correct and accurate" view of illustration in different zoom levels. I can send original Affinity Designer file if required. I am using Affinity Designer 1.8.3 on an Apple Macbook Air from early 2015, using Operating System MacOS Catalina 10.15.5. Let me know if any other information and or files I can provide to assist with possibly fixing this.
  11. Hi Pauls, Thank you for comment. I actually had a similar thing happen when I created a book cover, it looked fine on screen and then when I chose to export as PDF the background image was a lot more transparent than when I looked at it on screen. The JPEG export appeared to show image correctly, matched what the Publisher file looked like on screen without any changes to settings. + I have appeared to resolve issue in book cover Affinity Publisher file by "ungrouping" background image layer (it appeared to possibly be grouped potentially with an opacity 30% effect layer) and then I adjusted opacity again of image once it was ungrouped, then export of the book cover in PDF was in line with what I saw on screen. A difference is this time the the ungrouped image opacity was about 50% to match opacity of how image looked when it was grouped at 30% opacity. See attached book cover to "recreate" scenario if you want: + First, export exactly as document is in PDF, you will see opacity is a lot more than when you look at original Affinity Publisher file on screen + Second, export to get exported PDF to match what is seen on screen in Affinity Publisher of file, select to ungroup background image layer, the opacity resets to full opacity, then click on image to adjust opacity, to get same effect it is about 50%, then export and the exported PDF will match what you see Affinity Publisher file looks like in Affinity Publisher. I am very happy to have found a resolution to this. The main issue I had basically is that when I exported in PDF, the PDF did not look like what the original Affinity Publisher file looked like on screen in Affinity Publisher. Doing the ungroup and reapply opacity solution has resolved this for me. I will post in forum if this issue occurs again. Thanks for a great responsive forum. AGT cover-gmtd-July 2019-v2(c).afpub
  12. Hi Jon, Thank you. I actually did not create the tables or Word document, the Word document with tables was supplied to me. Not sure if person who created this Word document did anything "unusual" with tables. I will post in forum again if I notice crash occurs again due to same reason (cutting and pasting table from inserted document in an Affinity Publsiher file).
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