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  1. Hi there, I was working for many hours on a document. Saved it a couple of times and it went well. At one point and for no specific reasons, tried to save and it didn't work. Saved the file to a different name and it prompted a message that I don't remember, but it was a general message. I only used a few PNGs and text. Anyway, Affinity Designer crashed at one point. Tried to reopen one of the 2 files and it failed, see the attached screenshot (both having zero bytes) It seems that all my work is gone and that's devastating. Computer: Macbook Pro (see attached) Affinity: Most recent (1.9) File: Saved on my Documents folder (locally and backed on the cloud) Please help.
  2. Hi, I have an afdesign file I have been working on in designer for a couple of weeks. I have not opened it for 4-5 days and just gone to open it. Unfortunately every time I try to open, it comes up as corrupted and insists it is closed down. I have tried software and hardware reset and even a copy of the file, to no avail. I understand from other threads I have found, that this might be recoverable if sent to the developers, and was looking for an avenue to access this option please? I am working on a surface Pro 4 and the file is being worked on from an expansion Micro SD card I have been using for some years now. Other files from this location are working fine still. Marvel_Art_Deco_Prints.afdesign
  3. HEY there After working for several hours in AF Publisher and frequently saving the file as AF file .I just got a shocking pop message that the file is corrupted. Closed the application and restarted ,tried to open in Design as well same message. I am a new user to affinity ,can some one guide me how to recover the file.I have spent almost six hours working on this project If the file has to be forwarded, can you please point at the concerned technical staff. I am on Windows 10 and using the latest version of Affinity Publisher,Design,Photo,1.8.3 Thanks Murali
  4. Hi, I'm trying the demo version of Affinity Designer (And by the way, there is really easy to learn and use compared to Illustrator, good Job!) Yesterday I worked on a file, and everything goes fine. But this morning the file is corrupted... I had the message "The file appeared to be corrupted". The file is on my local HD and there is no synch with a cloud service... What can I do? Is there a backup folder? Tks! (Here is the file in attachment.) Logos 2016.afdesign
  5. Hi guys, today I wanted to reopen some different files which were created yesterday. Unfortunately today some files couldn´t open through double click the file or inside the the application. Is there any workaround or something else? At the moment I can´t continue to work with "Affinity" if I can´t open my recent files. Thanks Btw. I placed in every file a pdf with my drafts. The source were not deleted.
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