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This happens in Photo as well, when going to save, export etc, intermittently as soon as the file dialog window opens, the beachball appears and never stops spinning, needs to be force quit. Then second time it works fine. Feels like you have to get the first time crash out of the way to be able to work in it without a problem thereon in.

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Hi Barrowman,

Please could you provide a copy of the latest crash report found using the link below?

Thanks
C

Please tag me using @ in your reply so I can be sure to respond ASAP.

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I have this problem with a number of apps. I think it's caused by Mac OS waiting for external hard drives to spin up.

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4 hours ago, Chris Heath said:

I have this problem with a number of apps. I think it's caused by Mac OS waiting for external hard drives to spin up.

I suspect that too, caused no doubt by the awful Mac security settings which hound us at every action now. 

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Having a similar issue. Designer artwork set to have continuous PNG export in background - as this needs initiating every time file is opened (before working "continuously") Designer suffers a freeze every time. Reopening and then re-initiating export sets it on a steady reliable path for rest of day. Frustrating.

I am not spinning up external drives but do work with synced dropbox - not entirely issue free when it comes to finding links and directories.

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