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  1. Hi, I have a not so large Affinity file 125 MB with some high resolution images inside of it. Eight artboards in total, nothing special. When I zoom in very close or do some quick panning, zooming around the document, my CPU gets fully utilized. All 24 threads and 12 cores. And it takes quite some time for the images to get sharp, they look blurry and pixelated at first. Is this normal thing? I am running the latest update of Affinity. Thanks for advice!
  2. Thank you for reply. I hope development guys will be able to fix this issue. Thanks!
  3. Hi, did the uploaded files work? Did the video help? Thanks for info!
  4. Hi I have uploaded you the file to dropbox. The export persona in the video froze when I clicked on a layer and copied export settings and tried to shift select all other layers from "iGuide to Experimental" and copy export settings. I am not sure if it is that visible from the video.
  5. So AD freezes when I am working with many slices in the Export Persona. AD becomes unresponsive when I am ticking check boxes next to slices or trying to select export presets when multiple layers are selected and I have to close Affinity from the Task Manager in Windows. I am using the latest version 1.8.5 This happens on my both systems with Intel i7, 32 GB RAM, and AMD Threadripper 2920x 64 GB RAM. The working file is not complex or super large.
  6. I have this bug in both Affinity Designer and Publisher after I export vector file with stroke to PDF.
  7. I completely understand it. That is fine. Overall Affinity Designer is still the fastest tool in my workflow anyway
  8. This is good for training my patience. Please check the video. It would help if this can be fixed. Thx Running on Windows 10 latest version 1.7.3
  9. I see. This one artboard is especially slow. It is one vector symbol duplicated many times over 1.3 meter artboard in scale 1:10 which is going to be a 13 meter wall. This one takes ages to export as print PDF. Probably it is normal with so many vector data.
  10. I understand thank you. That private link could be helpful. The file is much bigger, I didn't include the screenshot of the whole thing. The file is about 2 GB in size due to the very high resolution embedded image files that are over 10000 px Probably this is normal in this case. And my Macbook thermal throttles and I just didn't notice performance drop when working. And when I now have more powerful machine, Affinity uses all cores that you throw at it. But yes please send me the private link so that guys from the team could look at it. THX
  11. Hello guys, I just have a quick question. Is this normal that my fans are spinning like crazy and all threads are fully utilized during the Affinity Designer export? Now I am on Windows 10, with AMD Threadripper 2920x 12/24 Cores overclocked to 4.1 GHz. This didn´t happen when I exported on my Macbook Pro with i7 2.2Ghz. Using the same file. I am exporting some large scale stuff for 12m long walls into the PDF with high DPI count above 300 DPI. So I understand that the export obviously takes longer. But my CPU is fully utilized now for 10 minutes. And my temps are hitting 73°C. I am running the latest Affinity 1.7.3 Thanks for any help or sugggestions.
  12. I have reverted back to previous version of Affinity Designer, and works smooth. I will keep using that and wait a little bit with updating to the newest version. Thanks for all advice
  13. Also another recording with context menus, I used different program for screen recording so that you can see my clicks Untitled.mp4
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