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Your document might contain possible errors that the Preflight Studio palette would mention. 

For convenience, a Preflight warnings popup will appear to let you review those issues/errors when you decide to export your file.

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However, clicking on the Open Preflight button is ineffective if the Studio Preflight palette has not been ticked beforehand (View/Studio/Preflight) to be visible as a panel on your interface.

I suggest that clicking the Open Preflight button must open the Studio Preflight palette even if this palette is currently not ticked in View/Studio/Preflight.

 

-macOS Big Sur -Affinity Suite v1.9.3

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Thanks for the report, it should do this and is a bug that it isn't. It's logged with us!

That being said, once it has been made visible it should then open the panel, even if it isn't currently visible, does this not happen for you?

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