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  1. Today I was doing a composition and had made a selection and clicked "Command > J" to duplicate and Photo 2 froze with the spinning beach ball and after about 30 seconds it stopped and made the duplicate and with any other move it would do the same thing until I saved, closed and restarted Photo 2 and it must hold memory because it still did it. Yesterday it did the same thing with a different composition but it did it when I used the rectangle tool and I had to "Force Close" Photo 2. I am using a 2020 MacBook Pro M1 and it's up to date and I have Automatic Brightness disable per James Ritson video. Please help its very annoying.
  2. When I start adjusting the Source Layer Range by adding the first new node, I get a spinning beach ball for more than 10 seconds. After that I can use the dialog as expected (moving the node, adding new nodes). Macos 12.3 AP 1.10.5
  3. Hello, This is the second time this has happened to me in a matter of months. I'm on a MacBook Pro running the latest version of Publisher. It has corrupted my file and whenever I launch, it shows the broken file with almost all of the pages missing, and then freezes and goes to the spinning rainbow of death. As I said, it corrupted an earlier file in the exact same way a few months ago. At present, I cannot open any files at all in the program because it keeps trying to recover the file it broke. It opens and freezes. Fixes I have tried that have not worked: rebooting renaming the file (it still finds it) duplicating the file and throwing away the original (it finds the duplicate and tries to open it) dragging the file to the desktop (it still finds it and tries to open it) I can no longer use the program to work on any of my files at all. Publisher just keeps trying to open that file and freezing. As a side note, that file represents 6 months worth of work, so I'm pretty frustrated. (I managed to find a fix back in June when it happened, but I don't remember what I did) Suggestions? Thank you.
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