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About MrDoodlezz

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  • Birthday 11/19/1989

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    Cartoons & comics, logo & brand design, photo manipulation & digital/analogue drawing.

    Also video games – lots of them. :)

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  1. After my soul re-entered my body after staring at the new Cyberduck app icon (view at your own risk, avoid looking directly into it's eyes 👀 ), I couldn't resist developing it further in the style of the original rubber duck and Apple's revised design restrictions. Meet Bryce D.
  2. Hey Sumit Gupta, that's the problem: it's just not possible to create a vector-based calligraphy tip that behaves exactly as if you were drawing with a quill. If I'm talking about calligraphy I understand it as a flat tip drawn at a fixed angle, as opposed to drawing with a brush tip that changes in width and angle. Illustrator has had a solution for this for a long time, where you can define the fixed angle of the tip. I just found this site while searching for a visual representation like this: Cheers MrDoodlezz
  3. Hey everyone, here's another vote for vector-based calligraphy brushes. These are essential for creating fonts – switching to Pixel Persona, as @Lee D mentioned, is therefore not a suitable workaround in this case. Greetings and a happy new year MrDoodlezz
  4. Hey everyone, I also still have the same problem in all Affinity apps – including latest beta versions. The bug also applies to documents that use pixels as a measure. Quite annoying, I must say, and I wouldn't have thought that the bug has been known for so long and still hasn't been fixed. @Sean P, maybe you could look into this again? Regards MrDoodlezz
  5. Hey there, I'm not quite sure I understand your question correctly. These instructions are about creating a mockup, not the actual file reproducible in screen or digital printing on the T-shirt. The file for this would be created in advance. With the help of these instructions, a preview can then be created, e.g. for a customer, so that he or she can get a better idea of the design. Apart from this, the colour of the garment for the mockup can of course be chosen freely. I recommend, however, to research the manufacturer on whose garment the design is to be applied later (i.e. the actual garment) and to adopt their colour as closely as possible in order to avoid colour deviations or misconceptions at the planning stage. I hope this answers any side of your question. Greetings Dennis
  6. Moin @dominik, thanks for confirming! 👍 Oh, you're right! Didn't consider changing the icon size – but yeah, small icons are small indeed. Yeah, I'm using it sporadically as well, though when it comes to efficiency and intuitivity scrolling is the way to go I think. It's one click less (because every click counts! 😄) and comes naturally. Also – if configured right – it's quit accurate. For now I guess I'll tinker with my mouse driver, maybe I can set up a behaviour specifically for Affinity Publisher. Cheers MrDoodlezz
  7. Hey guys, since I wasn't able to figure out if there's a thread about this, but for me scrolling through pages in Affinity Publisher takes ages – not performance wise but rather the sensitivity of the scrolling seems very off compared to anywhere else in the app. Has anyone else noticed this and gets bothered by it? Especially while working with documents that have a large numbers of pages I tend to broaden the panel so I can see more than a single column of pages, but that's not very convenient because the page in the workspace gets to small. Is there a tweak or workaround for this matter? An option in the burger-menu of the page panel to adjust the scroll speed for that panel would be nice. Or maybe adjust the scroll speed in the panel so it doesn't require two full spins to get to the next page? Cheers and have a great day! MrDoodlezz
  8. Hey @Mark Ingram, guess I found the problem. Seems like HUION changed the way their driver checks for updates. Turns out I was already a few iterations behind and the »check for updates« button wasn't … well, really checking for updates at all. 🙄 Sorry that I assumed it must be a problem of the Affinity software - but since all my other tools worked without issues this was my first thought. 😅 Still have to test it for a few days – but the first try was successful and for right now it's working! 😉🤞 Cheers MrDoodlezz
  9. @Mark Ingram Hey Mark, Do you have "Mouse Mode" enabled? No. It's disabled. In the HUION driver it's called Game Mode I guess. Do you have custom regions configured? No. Do you have Windows Ink enabled? Yes. Without it it'd behave like I mentioned above.
  10. Thanks for the information about the --legacy-wintab-workaround! So could you do me a favour and try right-clicking anywhere? Like on a layer in the layers panel for example? This would be super helpful to me. Cheers MrDoodlezz
  11. Hey petejack, since you're a HUION user as well, maybe you can confirm the not-working-right-click explained in the thread as well? Many thanks MrDoodlezz
  12. Hey there, I was talking about this as well in this thread as well. Maybe you can get your hands on a HUION tablet as well and test it’s compatibility? Regardless of what the settings you mentioned above are set to – it’s just not working. Greetings MrDoodlezz
  13. Hey guys, any news on this? I guess the right-click issue got solved … but now there's a much bigger issue. For me, with the latest release, the stylus tip itself as a input isn't recognized on the canvas any more – though I can use it on the toolbar and pretty much anywhere to select. Basically, the tablet is therefore completely inoperative and unnecessary, as its main function no longer works? What's going on? 😢 Greetings MrDoodlezz
  14. Hey Mark, yes, it is currently activated. If I disable it in the driver, there is no variation in line width in version In the current beta version there will be no stroke at all. But I'd have the possibility to use the right click. Basically it's like … Windows Ink activated = right-click unavailable but stroke/variation of line width available Windows Ink deactivated = right-click available but stroke/variation of line width unavailable As if you can't have both line width and right click. Which is a bit frustrating and blocks the workflow, because I have to switch constantly between mouse and graphics tablet. Hope you get what I mean. 😅 Greetings and have a nice weekend MrDoodlezz
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