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  1. Since installing AP 1.7 there has been a noticeable dip in performance when developing Raw files. With previous versions the time to add basic Raw adjustments ie exposure, blackpoint, saturation etc was never longer than 4 to 5 seconds. The average time ( taken from 7 files ) is now 1 minute and 20 seconds for the same basic adjustments. Additionally, the time taken to finalise a selection from the refine option, ie to finish to new layer or new layer with mask has also considerably lengthened and often with the " Affinity has stopped working " dialogue appearing. Using Windows 10 with most recent update. Are these examples known bugs ?
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