The development time won't cause the emulsion to lift off.  It might affect
the density.

Depending on which bleach chemistry you used, it might soften the emulsion
if you left it in the bleach bath too long.  I strongly recommend using the
older ferricyanide formulation if possible.

The reversal film emulsions are pre-hardened more than the negative film
emulsions, and should be possible to process as hot as 100F without too
much softening.  The negative film stocks need lower temperature processing
because the emulsion is not as hard.

Any idea if your softening was taking place in the bleach bath or before
or after it?  Anything floating in the clearing bath?  In the first
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