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  1. The app crash, for me, everytime i try to use tab when when creating new document, then placing any number in page width and then using tab to go for page height. Note: crash too only using click on height after inputting page width. Crash log attached. Affinity Designer Beta_2020-11-03-185843_Mac-mini-de-Daniel.crash
  2. I'm not sure whether this is everybody's experience but when I switch the measuring system to centimetres when creating a new document the latest beta crashes. I use a tab key to go to the next field and once tabbed the program crashes. If I change the dimensions manually (without tabbing) then the program crashes when clicking on the OK button. tabKey.mov
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