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  1. I have a Gaomon M10k and for the most part it works great with Affinity products, with the exception of one thing; Zooming out. When I scrub the wheel it zooms in but when I scrub the other way it doesn't zoom out. I change the mode so I can change my brush size with it and it works fine in both directions as expected. I test the next mode which is manning up and down and it works as expted too. It's only zooming out that doesn't work. I've updated my drivers, checked my Gaomon profiles and everything looks good. I figure if it's happening in all 3 apps, it's likely a bug. Its very frustrating because I have to take my hands off the tablet and use the mouse or KB to zoom back out.
  2. When I'm on High Input mode using my Wacom One, the input is off the cursor by several pixels. This is jarring and affects my workflow and is causing a lot of setback. Any way to correct / calibrate this? I've already updated drivers and calibrated my wacom numerous times.
  3. I am using an XP-Pen Deco01 (V01) graphic tablet, which has been working perfectly for me with basically any app. I already updated the driver, and it didn't solve the problem. So my problem is that I can't get the stylus pressure to work in any of the tools in Affinity Designer. It's like the software doesn't even see my stylus as a pen, it works exactly the same as a mouse. I tried disabling using Windows Ink, but then it didn't even see my tablet at all. Actually I'm very new to the software, but I tried to play around with brush settings, searched a few tutorials, but nothing seems to work. Any ideas what can be wrong and how to fix it?
  4. If the option "Use Windows Ink for tablet input" is enabled, any jitter happening when tapping the tablet with the pen will be detected as a mouse drag instead of just a click, regardless of how small our hand/finger movement is. The most obvious consequence of this issue is this bug previously reported here: But it actually completely breaks the whole app workflow, since any selection you do with the pen will register both as a selection and also a move, flooding the History panel at twice the rate. It will also literally move any object by tiny amounts, breaking all alignments you may try to do. Have a look at the attached video. I'm illustrating the issue in Affinity Designer here, but this happens in all Affinity apps. There should be a threshold of pen movement to register as an actual move object request, anything below that should be considered a tap. Until this is fixed the only way to use these apps is disabling the Windows Ink option. Additional information: I'm using Windows 10 18363.720 Wacom drivers are 6.3.38-2 Tablet is a Wacom Intuos CTL-480/S The "Use Windows Ink for tablet input" should have a "(requires restart)" warning BTW Thanks! recordedVideo.mp4
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