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Affinity Photo Program Crash in Save-as Mode

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After updating Windows 10 to Version 1909 a week ago, I began to have a crash issue starting in the last couple of days: the program freezes to a stand-still operation when I save a file for the second time in the Save-As mode to .AFPHOTO. I can perform the save-as in .AFPHOTO for the first time with no issue, but the program goes into a freeze mode (but no BSOD, thanks God!) when I do another Save-As operation, and the only way to close the program is to cancel the task in Task Manager. Using the Save mode, there is no problem at all! The Affinity Photo version being installed used is Version I did try unintall and reinstall the program to no avail! Does anyone experience this same issue? What is the suggested fix?

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Hey tonghong,

Are you saving locally to your HDD or are you saving to a network drive?

Each time you do a Save As you are creating a new file so I can't see why it would work the first time and not the second—unless you're replacing the existing .afphoto file with the same name? 

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