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  1. Using a Wacom tablet, I am missing out on the option to edit both handles of a node simultaneously. When I drag and right click (I have a button assigned to right click in the Wacom driver) it always opens the right click menu for me. While this does not happen when using a mice, the choice of right mouse is rather uncomfortable as you also need to left click and drag for it to activate. Instead, I propose to use Ctrl + Shift as hotkey for Windows (instead of drag + right mouse). This is the hotkey used in most other apps to do this sort of thing.
  2. Hi guys, I bought myself an Wacom Intuos S a few days ago. Everything seems to work fine, except zooming in or out. Sometimes it works, but most of the time it doesn´t. When it doesn´t it either just doesn´t zoom or the brush starts and I can´t stop it, even if the pen doesn´t touch the tablet. I tried some different settings (see yellow mark on screenshot), but that only made it so that all I could do was scroll. Is this a bug or is there something wrong with my tablet? Thanks for the help PS: I work on a Windows
  3. I've seen several bug reports targeting all Affinity apps with Wacom tablets and I had got the same experiences with my Intuos 3 (PTZ930) on Windows 10. Problem: - Tool cursors misalignments, for example the selection tool draws the selection frame somewhere on the screen and not where I placed the cursor with the pen or mouse. - No button was clickable - App freeze and crash after a short time Solution: 1. Go to app preferences -> Tools 2. Change Tablet Input Method from "Low precision" or "High precision" to "Windows Ink" 3. Restart the app (obligatory) From now on the tablet works as desired (at least mine)! I hope this helps someone struggling with the same problems.
  4. When I got my Wacom Intuos BT M graphics tablet, I was led to believe that it would be fully compatible with Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo. However, I am very disappointed that Serif did not take advantage of the ability for their design software to use Application Defined settings for the Wacom graphic tablets (Ahem, I hear your competitor's Adobe software uses this to make set-up a breeze). As a new user and beginner graphical designer, I expected not to have to manually define all of the pen controls and other buttons to specific functions within your apps. Please either provide an in-depth tutorial on how to set up the most common graphics tablet controls for tools and brushes within your design software or create a profile for Application Defined settings that will do the same!! Thank you for your time and consideration from a multi-media artist and musician.
  5. For som reason when I use my wacom tablet to draw with in affinity designer, the point where the line starts and the point where my pen is on the artboard are a bit between. I have no problem when I use the tablet outside of the program. Anybody know how I can fix this?
  6. I like to set the top button on my stylus to pan for my Wacom. It will actually go up and down fine but it wont pan left or right. Any ideas about this? Also I'm using a Intos4 if you needed to know.
  7. I got Affinity Designer at Christmas last month, and at first just played around to understand the program but I am now starting to do projects. With my small wacom tablet, I drew the two characters who are from the popular video game Overwatch. The robotic looking one is known as Zenyatta, a robot monk. The other is Reaper, a man who died then revived. The 3rd has nothing to do with Overwatch. Just some random thing I felt like making. Supposed to a underwater creature. Hope you like my work :) please keep in mind I just started.
  8. Hi guys I have just purchased the Wacom Intuos Pro graphics pad to use with my iMac running OS X El Capitan. I have discovered that the wifi element doesn't work. It works fine when plugged in with a USB cable but not wirelessly. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  9. (亚洲地区希望得到支持)AD入面嘅【像素角色】以及AP入面都唔可以通过数位板以及触控笔正常使用画笔工具,冇出现随著压力大小变化而变化嘅笔触,beta版系咁,正式版都系咁?可唔可以俾个解决方法我呢? 望尽快修复,唔该嗮 :)
  10. I'd like to use tilt to control the tool size and pressure to control opacity - that's more intuitive and provides better control IMO. And I'd love to have more tools with tablet support - e.g. liquify. Keep up the fantastic work, thanks!
  11. When using AD in Pixel Persona with Wacom tablet (an old Grapphire 3), the Erase brush tool dismisses each time the tablet pen loses and and get again the recognition signal from the tablet pad. In that case, Erase brush becomes no longer active. Instead previous tool is selected (be it either Marquee or Paint Brush). In other words, when erasing a pixel image continously, everything is OK, but when you lift the tablet pen too high over the pad and then lower it again, previous tool gets activated.
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