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  1. Publisher 1.10.4 on Windows 10 and 11 crashes when I select an inserted image and attempt any action on it such as moving it or clicking on the 'float with text' icon. Is there a crash report somewhere in the system? Where would it be located? Would it help to change the persona to Photo? Will this bug be fixed very soon?
  2. I have downloaded the 1.10 versions of all three apps. Photo and Designer load existing files OK, but Publisher crashes soon after a file is loaded. The document I tried is small, four pages, with content on only two of these. The crash occurred without any action on my part. The crash log is: [OpenCL] Not available In Preferences > Performance, the enable Open CL compute accelleration box is unticked. John
  3. I have a file that many music symbols that come from the Bravura font (Google it if need be, it's free under SIL). I put some symbols together in that font. Press "Convert to curves" and Designer crashes. Has happened now, 6 times in a row. Crash log below. Using 1.10 Robby Designer Crash Aug 9 2021.rtf
  4. I was over the moon to get the email from Affinity yesterday telling me about the latest 1.10 updates. As quick as a shot I downloaded the 3 latest versions. My experience with Publisher had already been marred by the way it would slow down and freeze when dealing with larger documents. Last night I only looked at the speed of scrolling etc, and was impressed with the increased performance. That combined with the Editorial telling me that Publisher could now handle documents with "Thousands" of pages and "Gigs" of images, sent me to bed in a very good mood. But, this morning when I tested the speed of exporting to PDF, I got the error message shown below. I have also shown the 2 X pages of export settings that I am using. Can anyone advise me of what the problem might be ?
  5. I have a 100+ page document which has many images and uses a heading style. If I do the following steps Publisher crashes: 1. open afpub document 2. select a line of text with style 'heading2' (a numbered heading) 3. Increase the font size from 12pt to 14pt 4. "Update Paragraph style" to current format 5. Publisher crashes. (If you edit the style to increase the font size this also fails.) I have tried deleting pages from the document, but this always seems to result in a 'good' document. I have tried exporting to a template, which also seems to work. I have saved as a package (115MB) which also crashes. If I rename the packages 'Images' folder 'ImagesOLD' so they are not found, then this also fails. This is on Windows 10. Other documents seem to behave as expected. So is this document corrupt in some way? and if so how do I fix it? Tony.
  6. I've a similar problem, my Publisher crashes moving an image in a large file Jordi 96684635-33a4-4038-a44c-1fb93424d693.dmp 9492e57b-27a7-486a-917f-6a7d8ade6361.dmp 504623ba-cb96-465b-aefb-5e6185f700d9.dmp
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