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1. As mentioned in this post, the online & Mac built-in Painting brush strokes help topic says this: With many Brush tools in Photo or Liquify Persona, you can quickly change the opacity of your brush using your keyboard's number keys. To change flow instead, press the ⌘ key then a number key. The modifier key that changes flow is the ⌃ (ctrl) key, not the CMD key. 2. As mentioned in this post, in the the Affinity Photo - Panoramas video tutorial, @James Ritson says "Affinity document files" can be used with panorama stitching, but this does not seem to be true. Also, the Stitching Panoramas help topic does not make it clear which file types can be used -- it only refers to "images," which is too vague to be of much help.
I'm not sure if it is a bug, but it is at least a strange behaviour of the brush strokes. See attached images: the brush thickness of 1 pixel and 2 pixels seems to be the same, as well as 3 px and 4 px. (Brush settings are attached, too). I'm using a Wacom tablet to draw.
Is pressure sensitivity for brush stroke variation enabled with the Affinity Designer free trial? Not getting any variation with this free mac trial. I've played around with brush width and size variance. Using a Wacom Intuos 3. Thanks in advance.