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  1. Beta Designer immediately closes/crashes when attempting to expand a stroke (file attached). 1) Select line 2) Layers > Expand Stroke 3) Shutdown! expand-line.afdesign
  2. Tried the contour tool on a converted svg file. File converted from jpg to svg > Opened in AffDes > saved as afdesign file > closed file > opened again in afdesign format > selected curve > clicked contour tool > immediate crash. See crash report & drawing file attached. sports3.afdesign Contour-tool crash.txt sports3.svg
  3. Basically, the latest beta crashes as soon as you start manipulating the medical glyph shape from the Assets Panel.
  4. Beta - Windows 10 - HW see below. Reproducable crash when using (moving) the countour tool on textobject. File is available (please provide confidential upload) Cheers, Timo
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