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  1. I have noticed that strange flashing artifacts appear when I'm (slowly) drawing with brush close to the edge of the window (i.e. the visible window, not necessarily the edge of the document). It's hard to describe it but unfortunately I can't save it as an animated gif. The diffused transparent pixels close to the brush change their position with every little move of the pen. It's a temporary defect - when I lift the pen from tablet the stroke redraws itself to its final form and the pixel artifacts disappear. Only the usual (sigh) permanent vector defects stay: It does not happen always but it happens very often. I am quite sure it happens only when the Controller is set to Pressure. It seems the app can't decide what size of the brush it should use (because the pressure is always slightly changing) and that it even uses different size during every refresh/redraw cycle. I also feel the probability is getting higher as I get closer to the scroll bar but I am not quite sure about it. Designer for Windows Vector brush tool - black outline, no fill, width 7.1 pt, Controller: Pressure

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