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  1. Potential compatibility issues with the latest XP-Pen driver and Affinity apps (just posting in the Photo forum as this is where I noticed it first). After installing the latest update I've noticed that the strokes I make using the brush tool (or any tool for that matter) result in jagged lines - attached a screenshot below. The further I zoom out of my canvas the worse it gets, almost as if the lines start snapping to an invisible 90 and 45 degree grid, or as if the resolution decreases the more I zoom out. I'm using a late-2015 iMac running macOS Big Sur Version 11.1, and the tablet I
  2. Hi everyone. I decided to take a graphic display to give an update to my way of working, and after careful research, I had opted for the purchase of an XP-Pen Artist 16 Pro. Now, I would like to ask anyone with XP- Pen, if it is usable and really useful to improve the way you work, or if the integration is "poor" and it would be better to opt for something else. Thanking you in advance for the answers, I shield myself for any errors (my English is not the best )
  3. Has anyone used XP-Pen with Designer. see attache i'm not that impressed. 20190315-ALMIN IBRAHIMOVIC-not impressed with designer.mp4
  4. I'm currently looking into if I should purchase a display monitor, such an XP-Pen Innovator 16 or a Huion Kamvas 16 Pro, but I came across many reports that drivers for these devices will conflict with Wacom drivers. As I kept looking it seems like the issues lies with WinTab APIs, it seems like each of these drivers will install a different wintab32.dll. So Wacom drivers will install a version/variant of wintab32.dll that only works with those drivers, and when you install let's say a XP-Pen driver, it will overwrite the wintab32.dll file that again only works with itself. Bummer. But it
  5. 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
  6. I've had the XP-PEN 15.6 Pro display for 2 days. I'm trying to work with Affinity Photo. In general it seems to me that is fine, but I found a problem. When I use the brush without the stabilizer, while drawing instead of showing the drawing point with the circle of the brush, the arrow-shaped cursor remains visible, which is annoying. The arrow disappears only if I press and hold the right button while drawing. I would not like, however, that by using it very much, the right button would be ruined. If I set the stabilizer, the cursor remains with the circle shape of the brush even
  7. Hey there. I've been doing some moderate troubleshooting with this tablet and Affinity Photo. Both are at latest versions as of this post. I've discovered that many of the functions in AP don't work very well at all with this tablet. Significant brush stroke lagging, shape drawing is super glitchy, and quite a few other nuisance things. I cannot replicate these issues in other software (which shall remain nameless lol) so my best guess is that it has to do with how AP is handling tablet support. I've found the issues to be significant enough that they make AP unusable outside of so
  8. Idk im totally new to write on any kind of forum, so keep that in mind well to start off: My Xp-Pen 22E Tablet worked on Affinity photo this spring, but not any longer, when i got my setup back up and running.. i started to wonder if the patch 1.6.5.123 is to blame, My first thought was to check if got the most recent patch, The second thought was to download previous verisions until a new patch arrives with my tablet issues fixed, unfortunatley i have no email registered on affinity photo... because i buyed it on Microsoft store... (the problem with my tablet and affinity i
  9. Hi, I was wondering if the XP-pen 10s is compatible/has compatibility issues with AD or AP? I'm aware that there are models of the XP-Pen that do work, but specifically the "XP-Pen artist display 10s". Has anyone used it on AD or AP or tried? thank you
  10. Hello, I'm shopping around for my first drawing-display - but I'm trying to do it on a budget so I'm looking at a lot of non-Wacom brands. I've used drawing-tablets for a while now and know that both driver and software support can be pretty hit-or-miss, especially with these less common manufacturers. I'm aware of the difference in hardware on these display-tablets and not looking so much for a comparison of color or contrast or ghosting between them. I'm mostly interested in knowing if pressure-sensitivity works in Affinity Designer with each of these particular tablet drivers.
  11. Hello all. Recently I ordered an XP-Pen Artist16 15.6 Inch Monitor Drawing Tablet and I'm awaiting delivery this week and looking forward to it. I have, however, heard some complaints before about calibrating colour, or rather not knowing how to, and being sure that drivers are installed appropriately otherwise there would be issues with pressure sensitivity and such. I heard XP-Pen is a very good alternative to Wacom and was more than happy to decide on the investment, but I was wondering if anyone here has used the Artist series before and would have some tips
  12. I know graphics tablets questions have been asked a heap of times but looking at buying one for a project I have coming in February so need to know I'm getting kit that works first time. So my question is this: Will budget graphics display tablets such as XP-Pen 10 or Parblo Coast10 work and play well with Affinity software, or are they a disaster? Ive heard drivers can be tricky. I would like the Wacom Cintig 13HD but £600 is a lot of money to pay out in a very skint January.
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