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Is it indeed even switching off your computer (black screen / mac?) – or was the brownish gradient blend applied afterwards by editing the movie?


macOS 10.14.6, Macbook Pro Retina 15" + Eizo 24", Affinity in Separated Mode (documents merged)

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The brown gradient color is my computer wallpaper.  The crash quits the program entirely and returns me to my desktop.

Black screen you see is indeed my movie edit that applied the text.

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Since your screenshot shows an image resource being  involved and you also get sandbox error messages in the Resource Manager: possibly it is related to some corrupted file in macOS: does this crash on layer-move occur if you work as another user logged in to your mac?


macOS 10.14.6, Macbook Pro Retina 15" + Eizo 24", Affinity in Separated Mode (documents merged)

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I have another user in the office is experiencing the same kind of errors on different Mac working other publisher files with different image resources.

So, I don't think it is related to a corrupt file.

However, I did get this message after reopening the spread after a crash. Maybe this global fix will resolve this.

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Initially the spread came back with blurry unlinked images with a sandbox error. I Clicked the "Authorize Global" and had to close out of the spread and reopening and everything looked good. 

I will do more testing to see if this fixed the problem.

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I don't think this is related to the crash I am getting. Publisher just seems to not like placing that vector mask on the images. While I had said that it is 100% reproducible, I have had some success placing me a mask on top of the image.... but it is still an a major issue.  

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In this case, the problem is that you have a curve with some effect turned on. If you use a curve without effect, the program does not crash. Later, you can re-enable this effect and continue working on your document.

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