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Consistently crashes when using CTRL-Z (Not undo)

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Hi, 

I have found a bug where the program crashes consistently whenever I press CTRL-Z after using the brush tool. 

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Open new document 
  2. In vector persona draw some lines with the brush tool
  3. using CTRL-Z undo the lines
  4. Go to pixel persona
  5. Using brush tool make some lines on the page
  6. Use CTRL-Z undo the lines
  7. Go back to Vector persona
  8. Make some lines using the brush tool
  9. Using CTRL-Z undo the lines
    (the program will now become unresponsive)

 

If you undo using the edit>undo menu it does not crash, only when using the keyboard shortcut does it crash. It does this every time for me, whether it is a new document or not. 

I am using AD version 1.7.3.481

Thanks,
Ben

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Hi Ben.

I've just tried this myself (using Ctrl+Z) and have not been able to reproduce it. Would you be able to get a screen recording (of the whole screen) demonstrating the issue please?

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Hi
I found the same bug. I had the same bug when I press Ctr+Z and my first layer is a picture. I attached the screen recording. On the 14 sec when I pressed  last Ctr+Z and there was left only one line the program became unresponsive, I could close the program using the task manager

Edited by ivangelinka

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Hi ivangelinka,

I've just tried this again similar to your video as I've still been unable to reproduce it. Does it consistently happen for you? Are you using a Graphics Tablet at all?

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