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Crash with Filler Text and / or History

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Originally I wanted to praise the developers for adding such nice things like filler text randomly starting with other parts of the filler text, when filler text is added, but in the end I got a crash I have to report here. Perhaps not so easy to replicate.

1. I am using a custom filler text.

2. Make a new document A4 with a Master page. Not saving it.

3. Going to the Master Page and add a text frame.

4. Going back to page 1, double-click the text frame from master and insert filler text.

5. Adding a new text frame and linking it with the frame from master.

6. Going back to Master page and delete the text frame. Going back to page 1. Reposition the remaining text frame. Adding some other text frames with filler text. Resizing them, deleting a few of them.

7. Moving the slider in History back and forth results in a crash.

Maybe there a too many steps in here, haven't tested it to the end. After the first crash Publisher asked me to recover the file, I said yes and file was up again with the complete history. Moving the history slider back and forth resulted in another crash. But this time I was not asked to recover, maybe due to the fact, that I only moved the history slider.

Added: Publisher seems to crash at the position of the history, when I am going to delete the text frame on the Master page.

Edited by Joachim_L
Made more tests

Windows 10 | i5-8500 CPU | Intel UHD 630 Graphics | 8 GB RAM | Latest Retail and Beta versions of complete Affinity range installed

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