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  1. Hello everyone! I'm having an issue where when I'm scrolling down about past halfway the document I linked it crashes, it just quits with no warning or error. I tried different rendering settings, I was using it with the dGPU but switched to and it seems more stable with CPU but still crashes. Note: This file was originally opened as a .PDF and then saved as a .AFPUB file, I believe the .PDF was created in InDesign. Thanks! Specs: Huawei Matebook X Pro 2018 Intel i7-8550U Nvidia MX-150 16GB RAM Windows 10 Home P18_AllGenerations_eBook_Oct2.afpub
  2. Possibly related to the other bug, but when the images on a page takes forever to load (it still looks low-res blocky) and then I click ">" then the app crashes. This happens almost every single time, so with a document with lots of images, it takes forever to go through each page looking at things.

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