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  1. I'm running the most recent Mac Driver and I played with my sensitivity and tip feel and everything is still very erratic on how well it holds line variations once I lift my stylus. Trying to work on the same file in both Adobe Illustrator and Affinity Design, the Adobe "brush" maintains the preview format pretty well while the Affinity "brush" seems very random in when it will and won't.
  2. I've run in to this problem as well. I just started trying to "ink" some pencil art I scanned in and the pressure sensitivity on my Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid is extremely erratic. I adjusted the variance and even adjust the pressure sensitivity in my Wacom settings and the preview looks correct until I lift my stylus and it then seems to randomly decide what it will finish like. It either becomes an all thick or a varied stroke that is a fraction as thick as it's supposed to be. I'm running Yosemite and I've had the same issue with my CCH and with an Intuos Pro Medium. Is there something I'm missing?
  3. I just started trying out Affinity Designer and I was trying to "ink" some pencil art I scanned in. I'm using the "brush" tool with the variance set at 100% trying to get good varied line widths. I trace the line and the preview, as I'm drawing the line, looks correct but when I lift my stylus, it's nothing like the preview. It's either all thick or it snaps back to being a thin wispy line. Even changing my sensitivity in the Wacom preferences doesn't seem to help much. Am I missing something? I'm using a Cintiq Companion Hybrid and also trying it with a Wacom Intuos Pro. Same thing happens on both. Macbook Pro 15" (late 2011) with 16GB RAM running Yosemite (completely updated)
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