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  1. It should be a bug, considering there's people who say they don't have this issue at all, and with lower specs than us (the link I sent before.)
  2. I have the exact same problem. I've posted about this before, just in an AD thread about the pixel persona: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/30426-wobbly-lines-ad-15143/?p=157965 They say they could partially recreate the issue, so we should see some improvements soon. Hopefully that would help for that same problem in AP.
  3. Hi SrPx, I wouldn't normally do this - I only posted this under an AD thread because OP mentioned the problem occurs in the pixel persona, and I assumed (ready to be corrected if wrong) the brushes in that same mode work the same way in both AD and AP. If it's a problem I'll open a new thread. My computer specs could be useful for developers to recreate the issue, as it is well within the requirements and in the AD pixel persona I have the same straight lines. Pixel brushes are a very important element and I would like to see them work smoothly, as I do illustration work. But a moderator s
  4. AP is awesome and I want to help as much as I can. I have the same issue: when using the brush tool, the curve lines have a straight line in the beginning, and all my curve lines are made of visible straight lines. Some days ago I giftd myself the final version of AP, I'm running version and I'm using a Wacom Intuos pen&touch small. My computer specs: Windows 10 Pro (64bit) i7 6700HQ @2.60 GHz 16 gb of ram Nvidia geforce gtx 965M And of course, I'm running the latest wacom drivers and nvidia drivers. Thank you all for taking the time to reply and address any i
  5. Wow! I'm enjoying AP and AD's brushes a lot, and I think your illustration is a perfect example of how powerful they can be. Also, props on deciding to cancel your CC supscription. The more of us move on, the better. This way, Affinity can get its place in the professional market.
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