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  1. Hey guys, Today I was working on my Affinity file, saved in in an external hard drive and an hour later I go into it to find its corrupt. Is there any way I can get it back? It just says "The file appears to be corrupted."
  2. Hello Guys, Would REALLY appreciate your help if you're able to assist me on this one. So I recently was doing some general house keeping, moving some files to correct locations, etc etc and all of a sudden these few file will NOT open at all. As soon as you see the project open it crashes Publisher completely. Please note: these were opening fine in their new location so I know it's not because they have been moved and even still, it shouldn't crash an app even if it was. I have absolutely no idea why this is happening. I have reinstalled Publisher but to no avail. Crash report
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