It seems to me that Affinity Designer doesn't interpret a left click using a stylus the same way as I do with a mouse.
When I want to select an object directly behind another, I would hold alt and left click to select it. But with using the same method using a stylus, I end up selecting both objects instead.
When I want to convert a node to a Sharp I would hold alt and click on it, but this does not work with a stylus.
When I want to add a node on a curve, all I have to do is click to select the curve and then click on where I want to add the node. The same method using a stylus does nothing (I can only drag the curve to change its shape)
I'm used to working in Illustrator where whatever I can do with a mouse, I can do the same using a stylus. So this inability to do certain basic actions in Affinity using a stylus (like adding nodes) is really hampering my workflow. Is this a limitation in Affinity's part, or is there a setting in preferences I have to change in order to make sure actions using the stylus behaves in the same way as using a mouse?