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lcooper posted a topic in (Pre 1.7) Bugs on WindowsThis software is great - but I keep on getting bugs with it and it is really putting me off . . . I have tried opening Designer this morning and it immediately crashed with a pop up error saying - Unhandled Exception Code 0x80004003. I am using Windows 10 on a powerful gaming laptop so there shouldn't be any problems in terms of specs. I am wondering if this is a problem that is fixed in the beta updates - but I don't really want to update as I need this for commercial use. I have attached the crash report file to this post if anyone needs to look at it. Thanks in advance! cae4d011-5793-4b5b-9d1a-f335433f594d.dmp
Hello friends, This time I have again caught a "bug";) This "mistletoe" is very easy to reproduce, because it is image independent! 1. Just open an image and click on "Layer Effects". 2. Then under "Bevel / Emboss" (do not click the checkbox, just select blue) and click on the percentage of "Highlight" or "Shadow" until the value is highlighted blue. 3. Now it will be interesting! When you press the "ESC" key, the input of percentage is canceled, "but" if you click with the mouse besides (main field of the "layer effects") to cancel the input, AP will crash! Very interesting behavior;) Once test? PS: This time the "Crash Report" was created together with the GIF animation! Best Regards ChristAlix CrashReports.zip
- S - posted a topic in (Pre 1.7) Bugs on WindowsWith certain files, Affinity Photo can crash when stitching Panorama's. To reproduce, use the following steps: 1) Go to Google Maps and take two screenshots (Windows Key + PrtScn), in order to create a wider map 2) In Affinity Photo, go to File > New Panorama 3) Add the two PNG screenshots and then click 'Stitch Panorama' 4) Affinity Photo crashes and an error message is displayed (An Unhandled Exception has occurred, Code: 0x80004003) If between Step 1 and Step 2 you add the following steps, no crash occurs: 1.1) Open the two screenshots 1.2) Let Affinity photo assign an sRGB colour profile 1.3) Crop them so that just the map imagery is showing (although I don't think this bit is the cause) 1.4) Save the images Source Images: Windows 10 - 14393.693 Affinity Photo - 220.127.116.11