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  1. @JFisher Hi, Email sent. Subject is 'Text to Crash Publisher'. Thanks!
  2. @JFisher Unfortunately, that won't help you replicate the problem. Like I said in the original post, it is not the text itself, it is from where it is being copied from that is causing the crash. Copying the exact same text from other programs and conditions works fine. I think the best way for me to get you something workable would be to send you the message to a Gmail account you have access to. The conditions to make the crash happen seem to be very specific. I've attached a video showing how this is happening. I am copying and pasting using keyboard shortcuts [cmd + c] and [cmd + v]. Publisher closes at the exact moment I paste. Publisher Gmail Crash.mp4
  3. Every single time I paste text from Gmail that contains line breaks combined with multiple types of formatting (Bold, italics, etc...) into a text box, Publisher will crash. This only happens when copying from Chrome, as pasting the same text from other sources seems stable. The current beta doesn't seem to like Gmail on Chrome much...
  4. Correction. The problem is still there! I select any bit of text on a Master and open the Text menu. As I scroll through the options, the app crashes immediately. As before, it doesn't happen again after reopening the app after the initial crash.
  5. I recently upgraded to v1.7.0.128 Problem appears to be gone. Hasn't happened so far, neither does expanding or converting the filler text to outlines. Consider it solved for now.
  6. Japanese keyboard input includes 3 main input modes: Hiragana, Katakana and Romaji. Roman characters are typically typed in the Romaji mode while the other two are for Japanese characters. While typing in Romaji mode, Publisher would suddenly switch to the other modes and either begin typing in Japanese characters or produce garbage text (if the font doesn't support Japanese). This has happened 3 times in one session for me, usually after typing a colon. Desired mode can be restored by switching to any other mode and going back to the one you want. Important to note is that this only happens inside Publisher. The input mode selected in the OS remains the same and performs as intended across other applications.
  7. The app immediately crashes whenever I open the 'Text' menu while having any text selected in a master page. This only happens the first time the software is opened after logging in, if I attempt the procedure after reopening Publisher following the crash, it works as intended. Anyone else have this same problem?
  8. I second that! Being able to view your bleed area not only helps you guarantee you are making optimal use of it, but also helps you to minimise cropping your content any more than necessary. It is a crucial part of creating a document for publication. I believe the implementation of this feature to be simple. It could be a menu item under 'View', nested right next to Show Guides and Show Margin. Call it 'Show Bleed Area'.
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