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  1. The "brush readout with canvas rotate problem" can be found in the Photo and Designer betas also (build: 1.7.0293). I'm very sorry for the duplicating of the thread, but I didn't get an answer/solution to the previous one for a long time. The previous thread about the problem with full description and video:
  2. When the canvas rotated, the Decrease/increase brush width/hardness with on-screen readout orientation follows the rotation angle. It is the problem with Designer's vector and pixel brushes also. It would be great if the on-screen directions would always be the same (width: left/right and hardness: up/down). Affinity Photo build 1.6.1.93 (1.6.3.102), Affinity Designer build 1.6.1.93 (1.6.3.102) Steps of reproduction (Affinity Photo): 1. select any paintbrush 2. rotate canvas with 90° 3. try Decrease/increase brush width with on-screen readout with Right mouse button press+Alt+drag (left/right) or try Decrease/increase brush hardness with on-screen readout with Right mouse button press+Alt+drag (up/down)
  3. The brush size/hardness control is working on Affinity by using Alt+Mouse_RC+Mouse_LC. However, there is no way of doing the same thing using a tablet pen (tested with Wacom Intuos Pro). I should be able to do this very easy, similarly as demonstrated in this video with Photoshop. This issue is reproducible in the beta release 1.7 as well.
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