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  1. 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
  2. I'm working currently on restoration of old photos and use mainly the "inpainting Brush tool". Last time AP crashes again and again, sometimes unexpectedly and times when saving a file. The error message is "Affinity Photo no longer works" or "untreated exception code: 0xC0000005". A crash report is nowhere recorded, neither in CrashReports from AP nor from MS Windows. Unfortunately, my work becomes not restored and all changes are lost afterwards. From frustration I have re-installed Affinity Photo 1.5.1.54 completely, unfortunately, the same problem is available under Windows 7 (64-bit) as well as under Windows 10 (64-bit). At some point I noticed that the "AP History" was mainly responsible for the error "0xC0000005". From a history size with over 600 steps, the AP can doesn't manage these. Thereupon, I deactivated the function "Save History With Document" which is important to me. Since I have no "unhandled exception Code: 0xC0000005" error and can save my documents, however, I also see no more History of the last edit:( Question: Is it a "bug" in the software or the "Preferences" are set wrong?? For your help I am very grateful, greeting ChristAlix PS: my Working platform HP EliteBook8560w Workstation - Intel® Core™ i7-2820QM 64-bit Processor / 4xCore / 8xThreads / 2.3Ghz - 3.4GHz - CORSAIR 4x SO-DIMM 8GB DDR3-1333MHZ 32GB RAM - Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB - NVIDIA Quadro 2000M / 2GB DDR3 / DirectX 12 / Driver_375.63 Windows 10Pro x64bit - Version 1607 (Build 14393.693) - Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 - 10.0.40219 - Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 - 12.0.40660 - Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 - 14.0.24215 - Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.2 WACOM Intuos 5M Touch - Modell PTH-650/K - Driver 6.3.20-7 Affinity Photo - Version 1.5.1.54 Affinity Designer - Version 1.5.2.58
  3. Hello friends, maybe I've discovered a function without function or I have by this function something not understood? Regards ChristAlix ap_1.5.1.54_lensfilter_color_noise.avi.zip
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