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Took time longer when opening file, blurry preview on canvas, can't export

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I was working on 4000*3000 artboard with 300 DPI, at the begining i designing it was fine until i found this issue:

  1. Preview was blurry and slow response
  2. File took longer when i open and consume lot of ram and cpu (not gpu) when running it
  3. Export not working (stuck at "exporting" loading screen")
  4. still blurry when i try to copy one by one of the object to new file


  • I use laptop: 16Gb Ram, Ryzen 7 4000 Series, GTX 1660 with max-q design (6GB)
  • I also use to export on workstation PC: intel core i5 13600KF 5.1 ghz, rtx 3080ti 12Gb, 16 GB ddr5 ram
    and the result is same as the points above
  • its fine when i create new other file
  • i try to export in affinity photo and the result are blurry as seen in artboard preview
  • i use some live filter from affinity photo


*Blurry and object dont chang or move realtime



*CPU and RAM usage (up to 10gb)


*Result when i export in affinity photo


Edited by Muhamad Faisal
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