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  1. Hello, After I completed my workflow and tried shutting down the app it hung and became unresponsive. The workflow was Create New Document (Cmd-N) with custom dimensions-Import a png image - Apply modifications - Export - Quit without saving. The last action caused unresponsiveness. I'm attaching a process sample here. Sample of Affinity Designer.txt
  2. I am new to Affinity Photo and am having trouble figuring out an error message that I get when attempting to quit the program. It states, "At least one file is currently being developed. Please complete or cancel before quitting." Seems straightforward enough but how do I know which file(s) it is talking about. I am not sure where my mistake in developing the files lies. If I load in 50 files do I have to search through them all individually to find the culprit(s)? What am I missing in the process of adjusting the files so as not to keep getting the message? As of now when I get the message I end up force quitting the program and getting on with the rest of my life. Frustrating. Thanks for any help. Bill Allen
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