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An error occurred while saving the commentDarren Luvaas commented
I found a solution that works for me.
new 16" MacBook Pro.
Catalina 10.15.3, 2.4 GHz 8-Core i9, 32GB memory. AMD Radeon Pro 8GB
The problem seems to come from Illustrator getting confused about what GPU to use (either the integrated Intel GPU or the Radeon GPU). Mac does automatic switching between the two based on various conditions, including when the computer is woken up from sleep, plugged into an external monitor, etc.
Illustrator doesn't handle this switch correctly and crashes.
Fortunately, the solution was pretty easy for me:
1) Open System Preferences --> Energy Saver.
2) Turn off "Automatic graphics switching".
3) Turn "Automatic graphics switching" back on.
That's it. I don't know why, but this forces Mac to reset some internal mechanism and Illustrator no longer gets confused.Darren Luvaas supported this idea ·