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Context menu jumps to pos 0:0 + bevel is very cpu intensive

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With the attached file I have the effect:

 

when I disable the "Bevel/Emboss" effect and re-enable it and directly after that rightr click the object while the effect still is rendering and let it open, the context menu will always jump to the top left position of the screen.

 

Additionally the effect itself is causing full cpu usage but that may be to be expected for such effects on editable objects.

 

EDIT:

Found out it has additionally a performance impact if the file simply is openend in Affinity Designer and if I then create a new file (ctrl + n) and simply try to draw a simple shape like a square it is lagging. If I close the file it's responding as usual again.

 

 

 

I recorded a video and attach the files.

Test-Lag-001.afdesign

AffinityDesigner-Video-003.zip

Edited by af-user

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Hi af-user

 

Thanks for the file. That is quite an excessive bevel/emboss effect you have going on there. However this also effect the performance of the Mac side too so I'm moving this over to our regular bugs topic and I will get this passed over to development

 

Cheers


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