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  1. I have over 1.400 fonts installed on my MacBook (Catalina 10.15.3). When I create "artistic text", input any text inside and try to change the font by searching through all my fonts, after a few inputted letters in search Designer simply crashes. No report is given, no chance to recover any document and not a word about the crash when starting Designer again.
  2. On a new document, I chose the artistic type tool, clicked on the artboard so the cursor was flashing ready for text, I then opened the font-selection dropdown and started typing ‘mon’ to search for a font. Tried again on relaunch and was not able to reproduce. 2017 Macbook pro 16 GB Ram radeon pro 560 2GB 2.9 GHz i7
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