The steps have been mentioned and are "use the (any) project until it happens." Given that, what exactly would you like included that is not already?
Incase you are interested, a few more details about the bug:
It just happened to me here (note: nothing special was done for this to occur and it has nothing to do with my project itself, as it can happen to the out-of-the-box tutorials):
You will see that the image is clearly loaded in Construct, but when you try to edit it the editor reports it being 0x0pixel. Trying to run the preview will result in odd behaviour, such as pcprice76. When this occurs, every single image has this behavior in the entire project.
Furthermore, if you try to export when this happens the export itself is corrupted and gets weird behavior.
There are no windows errors reported during this time.
Drivers are up to date. It happens on both old and new Windows 10 versions. I am unsure if it happens outside of Windows 10.
It happens on both NVIDIA and Intel Graphics.
Windows error checking reports no issues.
It happens to me pretty infrequently.
It happens on R252, and roughly r240. I cannot recall exactly the oldest version I used this occurred on.
Is there anything else you would need and just putting two and two together I would imagine given there is no solid way that is known to reproduce the issue, it will stay opened and unfixed. In that case, does the thread (or a new one created as you have requested) belong in closed, or would it stay in open bugs?
Lastly, what would you suggest we look out for, or collect when this issue occurs?
To be clear, I am asking:
1) What exactly do you require the new bug report to have, that is not already in this thread
2) What can be collected by end-users when the issue occurs that might hint at the issue
3) Is it possible to have a debug output version of Construct to try and capture information that might help determine the cause of the issue
4) Is there a point of a new bug report, or is it going to just be closed because you cannot realistically reproduce it? Or, can you use this one now that the steps have been clarified?