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  1. Just started using Affinity Photo on a mac workstation with a Wacom Intuos 4 tablet. Setting up the expresskeys for the tablet gives several options for the zoom function within AP. But all of the zoom settings as well as the pan/scroll default option within the wacom tablet settings produced unpredictable and seemingly uncontrollable zooming for me within AP. Even installing the latest drivers for the wacom tablet did nothing to address these issues. The solution for me was to disable all zooming functions and not to assign any zoom function within the Wacom Tablet setup screen. Rather use the standard keyboard shortcut for zooming "z". In other words my tablet does not have any zoom keys. This corrected half the uncontrollable zooming within AP. The second issue that produced uncontrollable zooming was setting the expresskeys to the default setting of "pan/scroll" Strangely this setting would also produce uncontrollable zooming and no panning. The solution to eliminate these two other issues was to assign a "keystroke option "and set it to "h" which works now for panning and has eliminated the strange zooming. So I now have both controllable zoom and pan functionality. Hope this may help someone who is having the same zooming issues. Addendum: I did get the zoom function to work on the Wacom Tablet by assigning a Keystroke "z" and now I have a zoom button on the tablet. Although, I don't have any functionality with the two buttons on the pen itself. The wacom tablet worked perfectly with Photoshop, and I experienced full functionality with the default zoom and pan/scroll settings. Also, had functionality with the two pen buttons.. but not with AP, regrettably.
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