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Using 1.7.3, macOS Mojave 10.14.6. Working on a table in a new document. I try to format the table with the little drop-down arrow and select "Autofit Row to fit Contents" with the row(s)/column(s) selected and the program abruptly crashes (screenshot). When the program reopens, the top tool bar is missing (screenshot). Unchecking "Separated Mode" or resetting the studio does not fix the top tool bar being missing. The only solution that I found to work was completely wiping the program and all config files off the computer and reinstalling fresh [edit: I have to wipe it off and reinstall it twice for some reason to get the top tool bar back]. I do have a Wacom Intuos tablet plugged in, a 3rd party keyboard, a logitech mouse, and use a second monitor, but do not run the program on the second monitor, which is mostly used to keep a web browser up and other programs. This is the first time I've attempted to create a table or even used Publisher extensively, we're transitioning over from InDesign. The pdf opened alongside the fresh document I am using as a reference for object placement.
Make the View/Zoom menu more robust and flexible. Compare the zoom menu from Gimp app and Affinity Photo Beta app below. Notice that the Gimp app allows for 16+ possibilities for zooming in and out including the ability to set custom zoom factors. I would like to see these features in the Affinity suite of applications. https://www.gimp.org/
Erisses posted a topic in (Pre 1.7) Bugs on MacAfter upgrading to 1.6.0. Designer crashes instantly when I choose View > Studio. The same happens when I choose Help and type a letter in the search field. This happens without or with a document open. According to the AppStore there is no new upgrade available. iMac 2,8 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, MacOS 10.11.6 Update: Problem seems to have been solved by starting Designer with the CTRL key pressed and deleting the proposed entries in the following dialogue box. (I found this solution in an answer to a seemingly similar problem in Photo and I thought I might give it a try.) Thanks for reading.