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Crash on quitting the app. APV2


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On 11/28/2022 at 6:26 AM, Lee D said:

Does the crash occur when you're only saving, if so where and which format saving to? Does this also occur with a specific document or any, including new blank document.





It has happened on different documents.

I usually command>S the .afphoto document before closing it.

I have not had a crash on saving.

I don't recall if I then quit AP or just dismiss it but after the app is gone, I get an unexpectedly quit notice.

Hasn't happed in the last few days.

I had however, thought that there may be a relationship between the brush tool becoming non-responsive

( being able to drag it around but having no brushing effect) and later the crash on quit.

But that I am not able to reproduce.

Edit: I didn't notice this latest crash until I restarted the app much later and got an unexpectedly quit notice

for the previous session.

See attachment.


Affinity Photo 2-2022-11-29-204720.ips


Mac mini (2018)  3.2 GHz Intel Core i7  64 GB • Radeon Pro 580 8 GB • macOS Monterey

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