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 v 1.9.0.932 is crashing a lot guys.

Mostly noticed when using clone, patch or simply erasing. Resizing an object too. Much less stable now. Having to save after pretty much every step as I don't know when it's going to lock up. Occasionally it recovers the files on reopening, mostly it doesn't and the program simply disappears from screen. 

Using Windows 10 (build 19041.804) Intel i5 9600k

on board Intel UHD Graphics 630 (Coffee Lake-S GT2)-

and 16GB DDR4-2666 / PC4-21300 DDR4 SDRAM UDIMM

Previous version was stable. This is pretty unusable and doesn't seem to be generating any crash report files

 

 

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27 minutes ago, Sclong137 said:

 v 1.9.0.932 is crashing a lot guys.

Mostly noticed when using clone, patch or simply erasing. Resizing an object too. Much less stable now. Having to save after pretty much every step as I don't know when it's going to lock up. Occasionally it recovers the files on reopening, mostly it doesn't and the program simply disappears from screen. 

Using Windows 10 (build 19041.804) Intel i5 9600k

on board Intel UHD Graphics 630 (Coffee Lake-S GT2)-

and 16GB DDR4-2666 / PC4-21300 DDR4 SDRAM UDIMM

Previous version was stable. This is pretty unusable and doesn't seem to be generating any crash report files

 

 

Is it any better if you disable hardware acceleration?

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