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  1. I just updated from Portrait Pro 15 to the current version of PortraitPro Studio (17.3) by Anthropics. The application works on its own, but when run as a plugin on my MacBook Pro (Late 2013 2.6 i7, 16GB RAM) running 10.12.6 it crashes upon launch. All of my other plugins are working properly, and I have done a re-install of both the plugin and the PortraitPro application. On Serif's site I afterwards I saw that PortraitPro Studio 15 was supported and working without issues, but nothing for StudioPro 17 yet. I am wondering if there is something I can do to make this plugin work or if support will soon be coming. Thank you.
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