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Pressing shift+D while in the outliner window when selecting an object causes Blender 2.8 to shut down immediately
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System Information
Operating system: Windows 10
Graphics card: Nvidia Geforce 980

Blender Version
Broken: 2.80, 2018-12-12 01:18, hash: 16fc62e15f0

Worked: Making a shortcut for duplicate collection using shift+D works without any problem. Doing the same command on any object within the collection causes the program to shut down immediately.

Was trying to make new shortcuts in Blender 2.80. When I got to doing the outliner shortcuts the entire program shut down when using shift+D on an object inside the outliner window after adding a duplicate shortcut for the collections.

Exact steps for others to reproduce the error
Just open up a default scene with a cube, camera, and light source. Go to the outliner, select any of these objects, and then press shift+D. Program should be shutting down from this.

On a final note, it would be nice if you could inside the outliner use copy, paste, duplicate, and duplicate linked on any object inside the outliner like in the 3D view windows. That includes adding these into the R click window when opening up a context menu for the outliner.

Edit:

I downloaded the latest version and I still got the same problem. However, I just realized I skipped another step in the process. You in fact need to assign a shortcut command for duplicate collection by R clicking a collection, then R click again on the duplicate button, assign a hotkey, and then you click on any object in your scene and do the stuff I mentioned in the original post.

Was able to replicate this on two separate Windows computers which had Windows 7 and 10 installed respectively.

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Could not replicate on 2edd32c168d3 on windows 10.

Could not replicate on 2edd32c168d3 on windows 10.

I downloaded the latest version and I still got the same problem. However, I just realized I skipped another step in the process. You in fact need to assign a shortcut command for duplicate collection by R clicking a collection, then R click again on the duplicate button, assign a hotkey, and then you click on any object in your scene and do the stuff I mentioned in the original post.

Was able to replicate this on two separate Windows computers which had Windows 7 and 10 installed respectively.