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  1. Every time I save and reopen an Affinity Publisher file, I get the annoying "Open Recovery File" prompt to which I respond "don't open recovery file" and then everything seems to work normally. If I don't save the document and am asked to save after clicking to close the document, and am presented with a "save changes" dialog then the Open Recovery File prompt won't appear on the next re-open. But if I make changes to the document, then CMD-S save, then that recovery file dialog appears next time - it's really annoying. I've tried clearing using data, reinstalling Affinity Publisher v2.5 several times, deleting containers -- all the above. But this problem continues. Nothing seems to be apparently wrong with my files or the V2.5 app - it runs smoothly - but this dialog is really not great. I suspect it's because I tried the V2.5 beta before but then removed it. This is when this crazy behavior started. But I'm only running the non-beta version and there is no beta or its folders on my system. Alex
  2. Hallo Ich arbeite seit einigen Wochen an einem Fotobuch und heute konnte ich es ebenfalls plötzlich nicht mehr öffnen mit derselben Fehlermeldung: Datei liess sich nicht öffnen - die Datei scheint beschädigt zu sein. @DooB konntest du dein Problem beheben? @stokerg gäbe es die Möglichkeit, dass ihr meine Datei ebenfalls anschauen könntet, ob ihr sie wiederherstellen könntet? [MOD EDIT - split from https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/207848-datei-beschädigt-und-lässt-sich-nicht-mehr-öffnen/ ]
  3. Since I installed the latest upgrade of Aff Publisher (2.5.2) for Mac desktop, this persistent dialogue box keeps popping up whenever I want to open my Aff document: "Open recovery file?". The box appears despite me not having edited the file at all. It also appears when I have edited the document and saved it. Is it a bug? Will it be corrected at the next update?
  4. This is marked as fixed in the 2449 Beta but the issue persists... It happens both when the document is and isn't saved after changing the document DPI... Changing DPI and closing the file without saving changes shows 'Open recovery file?' when reopened [AF-2894]
  5. I don't have the steps for this yet, but I've been doing real work with the beta since it came out and it's frequently asking if I want to open a recovery version. It hasn't been crashing so the recovery versions should have been deleted. My thought is the recovery version isn't always deleted when I closed a document that has unsaved changes, but when I try to test it I can't reproduce it. I'm mentioning this now in case anybody else has seen something similar. This didn't happen with 2.4.
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