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Reproducible Bug - Affinity Publisher on MacOS After Latest Updates


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I installed last night's MacOS v13.4.1 and the recent Affinity Publisher update to v2.1.1

I was reorganizing files with SVGs, AFDDESIGN, and JPEGs linked (not embedded). While cleaning folders last night, I accidentally moved a folder from the desktop that contained all three file types in my project.

When opening the file it causes hard memory fault crashes to desktop UNLESS I immediately click the prompt remap the file locations in the Resource Manager. I was able to reproduce it this morning by moving the folder again. Same crash errors unless I remapped in Resource Manager before it tried loading the rest of the files.

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Hi @dpeters911,

I've not been able to reproduce this on a test document containing one of each of the linked resources you've outlined, after I saved my document I closed it down, moved the resources from 'Documents' to 'Desktop' and then opened the same doc again and ignored the remap resource locations prompt the file stayed open as expected. This was on Publisher 2.1.1 and Ventura 13.4.1.

Could you possibly provide us with the files used in your example which are resulting in the crash when the resources are moved? I have provided a private upload link below if you do not wish to share them publicly.

https://www.dropbox.com/request/XdYjsaCmOVOfrnJ4D79Z

Also, do you have your desktop synced to iCloud? I've linked a guide here on how to check this if you're not sure: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT206985

Many thanks

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