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first, anything I ever said that was negative about the Affinity products ... I absolutely rescind - as of June 2019, this is the best software available. period. Problem is: having the iPad Air 2, wanting Designer for iPad, and a pen that will work with it. Designer for iPad works fluidly. I got a Wackum (i know, it's on purpose) Bamboo Sketch Pen, the pen does work with the tablet, However: it is not designed to pair with the tablet, but with the software. yes, the software is required to support the Wackum pen functionality. This means that only a few programs will function fully with the pen. On their site is a rather short list of programs that are compatible with the full functionality of the Bamboo Sketch Pen. Please, is it possible to add this compatibility to Affinity Photo & Designer for iPad / iPad Air? ( iPad Pro is out of my $$ zone, & Apple pencil has restrictions beyond price) ... Thanks to the Affinity team for developing the current products
Hi guys, as I have reported in other posts, after 126.96.36.199, Designer were crashing whenever I took my Wacom Bamboo Pen to use (until then I have been using the Wacom tablet without its pressure sensibility, but no crashes). But it haven’t ocurred me to test the application with the Wacom on my laptop built-in display, and vois-là, it at last recognized the tablet pressure: I could use the vector brush as expected, though the cursor became the default system arrow and the pen button set to pan the image could only pan vertically. But as I changed the application and the wacom tablet mapping to another display, Designer crashes after some pen strokes - some subtle changes, because the first time it ocurred to me, Designer crashes just on hovering the pen over the application window, before any strokes. I tried many tablet mapping combination without any change in such scenario, but could use the tablet again on the external monitor when I left the “Use Windows Ink” option unselected; but then again no pressure sensitivity. I cannot say if its a problem in the latest pen & ink improvements of Windows 10, nor if its related to the corrupted wacom driver mentioned in the 188.8.131.52 beta release fixes, though I have re-downloaded and reinstalled the wacom bamboo drivers many times, and pressure sensitivity is working in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Clip Studio even when the Windows Ink option is unselected. Intel Drivers also checked and up to date. The crash report is attached. Any ideas? I hope this report could contribute to the application excellence! Here is my hardware and system description: Affinity Designer beta build 184.108.40.206 on Asus K84C notebook Windows 10 Pro Build 14393.222 Intel Core i3-2330M 2.20GHz CPU 4,00 GB RAM - 64-bit Wacom Bamboo CTL-470 (driver 5.3.5-3) db6415ba-f1b5-47d7-aaa8-0369a171b864.dmp