Jump to content

keerah

Members
  • Content count

    8
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  1. God, isn't it obvious yet, that no one wants to draw with fingers (except kids perhaps). All we need is to disable finger strokes, but have the ability to use the menus and buttons with touch, this is the main benefit of any pen+touch device. How many years will it take for developers to realize it?
  2. keerah

    Takes minutes to boot

    I do not have thousands of fonts and I have SSD, but both program's start is really slow
  3. But how can we do it with a pen then? Especially when my Surface Pen's right click is not recognized. I can't even get a right click menu in both Designer and Photo
  4. Yesterday I've bought Affinity Photo and have the same problem, no right-click menu on pen! Thats disappointing + dots problem, which was not present in Designer Just let us disable touch painting I should also add that I am not on Surface Book, I have an Acer convertible, but it uses same N-trig digitizer + pen And I think right click menu worked before Windows Fall Creators Update. They changed a lot Pen related stuff in it
  5. Thanks @alfred for the reply There's also another side of this. Touch adds more functionality by performing operations of for example Move/select tool while you're actually using any other mode, more convenient, isn't it?
  6. It is not true actually, that windows can not distinguish touch from pen. Lots of other software separates touch and input with ease (illustrator, photoshop, mischief ... etc) So I do not understand why developers can't make such important feature The problem is not just in palm rejection. Even if windows does it, you can touch the screen at any time while pen is not in contact and it brings up a new unwanted stroke/something.
  7. Designer 1.6.1.93 Surface Pen right click doesn't work at all, so I have no way to call right click menu with the pen. It slows down everything. Touches are still equal to pen strokes, this is NOT right, please make the app distinguish them from pen strokes, cause each touch paints things and it destroys the experience. Moreover touch can add more functionality by performing operations of for example Move/select tool while you're actually using any other mode, more convenient, more functional, isn't it? Thank you
  8. Totally agree, this kills the experience on touch/pen devices. The app must distinguish touches from pen clicks as many other apps do. There also must be rotation by fingers feature
×

Important Information

These are the Terms of Use you will be asked to agree to if you join the forum. | Privacy Policy | Guidelines | We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.