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  1. It seems that whenever I draw lines using the Affinity Designer, the program automatically smoothes/straightens/corrects them. I'd love for this feature to be able to be toggled on and off, because sketching would be a lot easier. Even though the feature is helpful in some ways, users should be able to draw the lines to their preference without having the software automatically correct it- which oftentimes results in the line looking like nothing I had drawn in the first place. I thought it was a problem with my pen settings (I use an Intuos 4 by Wacom) at first, but after experimenting with the settings I wasn't able to find anything that would toggle this automatic response on/off. While looking around, I also thought that it would be quite useful to see some more settings to adjust pen pressure and other pen qualities as well. I'm new to this software, and this happened to be one of the first things I noticed as I played around with the pen and paintbrush tool.
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