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when opening big files (PDF) progress of the number of pages (artboards) loading in the moment can't be seen. So, we can't know if there is a problem or not. For example, I tried to load 1000+ A5 PDF pages of text and nothing happened on the screen. After 10 minutes of waiting I decided to close Designer and I got message that at least one file is trying to load. Nothing wrong, but I don't know if I have to wait, or...

Please, add progress bar and an option for canceling if the loading takes too long.

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Yes, please. Even loading just 35 (rather complex) PDF pages into Publisher took about 15 seconds of not knowing whether or not I clicked Cancel instead of OK, or whether or not the software just crashed or was about to do everything correctly...

Andreas Weidner

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