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  1. My publisher crashes when I try to move a page. It is a 4-paged flyer (to which I added a 5th page as a workaround for the crash, which I cut again on export to pdf). When I grab and move a page up, Publisher crashes without a notice, just closing hard. This can be reproduced. A crash report to Apple is created, I have a copy. Plus I have a screen recording on video, if this helps. The project file can be uploaded. MacOS and Serif Suite are up to date (Catalina 10.15.5, Publisher/Designer/Photo 1.8.3), MacBook Pro 15", 2019, CPU i7, GPU Vega 20, 32GB. I have read this thread ( https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/116386-publisher-repeatedly-crashes-when-i-try-to-move-a-page/ ) but can't apply a solution to my project, since I do not know how to isolate the problem.
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