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  1. After using 1.7.0. extensively I left the app open overnight and through the next day (with no documents open). When i returned tonight Photo was unresponsive. I checked Activity Monitor and it showed Photo consuming over 70 GB memory. Note that Publisher was also running at the same time – any connection? Similiar things happened during the Beta, but at that time the app also consumed all virtual memory, and subsequently all free space on my startup SSD. This didn't seem to happen this time with 1.7.0. The disk looked normal, although the Photo memory use reported by Activity Monitor looks extreme. Mac OS 10.14.5 Mac mini Intel Core i7, 3 GHz, 16 GB
  2. Hi, everyone, I have Affinity Designer installed on 2 computers with Windows: HP laptop with i5-4210U and Radeon M255 Desktop with Ryzen 5 1600 ann NVidia 1050Ti When I have around 4 or more files open, my CPU usage is between 50–75%. All the time, even when idle. This happens on both machines. Can someone help me with this issue? It's really frustrating, the laptop becomes practically unusable. Thanks.
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