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  1. I am having the same problem in Designer on Windows10. Cintiq Pro and Designer performance is pretty poor...almost like it doesn't properly register stylus taps as clicks. My work around has been to "right click" using the other stylus button almost to reset the stylus click in between switching objects. Haven't tested it in Affinity Publisher yet.
  2. I have the same problem...had same problems on my last rig too. Bought a new desktop last week still getting major slow down and lag in Designer. Running Windows 10, SSD HD, 16gb ram, GeForce RTX. No other apps running using a fresh boot and still general poor performance from Designer especially when using cinitq pro.
  3. Yeah, did a full reinstall of all Wacom drivers and it occurs regardless of the pressure curve. Feels like a memory handling issue perhaps due to the extra levels of pressure with the Pro Pen 2.
  4. Hi, I have been using Affinity Designer and have recently been getting really bad results with my Wacom Cintiq Pro on Windows 10 within Designer. Often mid-stroke the pressure sensitivity will drop out and return a hair second later. Also when doing the jitter test (diagonal lines using a ruler) within Designer the line is erratic. I would rather not use "stabiliser" although this does elevate some of the problem however it is evident that the Cintiq does not perform how it should in Designer. I do not have these problems within other apps such as Zbrush Core, Clip Studio and PS. Any suggestions? Luckily the app runs like a dream on iPad and I have been using that to finish the job i am working on. Thanks, Rob
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