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Hi

Version 1.8 has been really unstable for me. I installed it a few days ago and it keeps crashing. Its hard to say extactly when, sometimes when i move something, sometimes when i paste a picture. Sometimes its just not accepting any inputs for a while, but doesnt crash. It also didn't seem to autosave, or at least it never gave me the option to restore the document, when i reopened the program. Thats not the big deal, i just save before i do really anything, but the whole thing is still pretty annoying to deal with, constantly reopening the software and all the documents that where open. I tried to go back to 1.73, but when i opened the document it said changes with a newer version were made and it can't open the thing.

Does anyone else experience the same thing? Is this a general problem with 1.8 or is it just me?
I wasn't sure if i should post this here or in bug report.

Felix

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I've been using Publisher 1.8 quite a bit on my iMac. I have not had crashing problems. The performance is good. I have had a different problem with importing InDesign files.

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I'm experiencing tremendous lag and delay when simply closing a document.  The exact scenario is I open a file (like a jpg), and I try to copy and paste that image onto another open file, then when I go to close the file that I copied from, it asks if I want to save the file.  When I say Don't Save, it hangs there for almost a minute before finally closing the file.

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We have made fixes/improvements to this area (Autosave fails on opened files) of the program in the latest release.

The fixes and how to update are described in these forum posts.

We would appreciate you checking that this issue has now been resolved for you,


Patrick Connor
Serif Europe Ltd

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