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Whenever I try to edit several ARW files, Affinity causes my entire Mac to crash. This happens usually when... - I try to open a file with several others open (sometimes, 3 files is sufficient) - I try to develop a RAW with other files open - I try to open an ARW file if I worked on several other files before and closed them. I'm currently quitting and restarting the application completely for every single file I work on. The consequences are always the same: my computer becomes unresponsive, the trackpad doesn't allow clicking anymore, and after a minute or two, the Kernel Panic death screen appears. I've set the memory warning limit to 4GB (disk space is sufficient), but I hardly ever encounter any warning because the program will crash way before reaching 4GB. I'm using 1.8.4 on an Early 2015 Macbook Pro running Catalina 10.15.6.
My Mac OS system sometimes crashes completely while saving a file in Affinity Photo. It happened on my old 2011 Macbook Pro with an older version of Mac OS as well as on the (almost) latest late 2017 MacBook Pro with HighSierry Mac OS 10.13.6. It happened about 5 times already, so it seems to be a real issue. It doesn't matter what file I'm saving to: .psd, .tiff, .afphoto I can't reproduce the problem. It just suddenly happens.