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  1. Hey guys! I'm using Publisher 2 on a client project, as it's a low-cost method instead of the standard Adobe subscription. Plus, it spreads the word of your awesomeness! I'm using the latest download of Publisher, as I just installed it on a new laptop yesterday. On both the new graphically capable laptop (NVIDIA 3060 on a Ryzen 7 CPU) and my older Microsoft Surface Book 2, I have the same crash. When using the zoom tool (as opposed to control + scroll zoom) on and off and when adjusting graphic elements by adding geometry and then inserting text into the newly standardized element, I tend to get the "not responding" white out and have to force-quit the process and re-open the document. I'm on a Windows 11 ASUS ROG Zepherus G15 and the latest version of Publisher 2, professional license. I cannot provide screen shots or files due to confidentiality constraints.
  2. These black irregularities represent glitch shapes that appear after dividing any shapes that overlap multiple times (doesn't happen if circles are placed sequentially, meaning each shape overlaps only one other shape). Looks like they are divided one by one, so shapes at the center divide multiple times creating more and more glitches. It would explain why the glitches are concentrated in that area, and why the same happens when I try to divide shapes in pairs for the same result as dividing them all at once. I hope the situation is explained well with my limited English. I'm pretty sure I don't need to attach the exact file, because the same thing can be easily recreated with any 3+ shapes when they have areas where there are more than 2 shapes overlapping.
  3. I was wondering why a fairly simple task: creating a [fairly] simple geometric icon, was giving me alignment issues between compound shapes. Unfortunately, it looks like I’ve found another bug. Ive recreated the issue in a new document. Circle over circle Remove small from large (creates donut-esque shape) Pen tool > shape intersects over donut Intersect as compound vs intersect as join, moves the geometry points when using compound. See video screen capture … I’m off to back to Adobe Illustrator, regretfully. But CS6 keeps my compounds aligned and true. I need my accuracy. I hope I’m doing something stupid, but the issue is easy to recreate. File is available, on demand. Screen Recording 2021-05-15 at 7.14.50 PM.mov
  4. Hello! Problems with geometry transformation continue in new releases. Also upsetting is the appearance of a large number of unnecessary nodes. I really hope that the developers will overcome these bugs. AD-2020.09.08.mp4
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