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  1. Designer 2 crashes when trying to open Resource Manager. The crash occurs when opening the file and using the pop up to get to the resource manager or when navigating to the RM via "Window" Not every file that I work on crashes the programme, however it happens on a reasonable number of files to make it difficult to actually do my work. Macbook Pro Mid 2015 - Apple M1 Max OS 12.6.2 Designer 2 - 2.0.3 crash report.docx
  2. Hi, I am finding that Affinity Designer 2 is crashing almost every single time that I open Resource Manager to manage and update linked files. This is a feature that I use a lot and it is causing significant issues to my workflow. Is there a fix coming soon on this?
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