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  1. I am thinking about buying a Wacom tablet to edit my landscape photos. I'd like to know if they are compatible with Infinity photo. Thanks in advance. Jim L
  2. I installed my second Huion drawing tablet yesterday and love it so far (last older model got misplaced). I've been working on a project since then with no problems yesterday. Today, there were a few minor glitches using Affinity: Document suddenly moved off to the side so half was in view and I couldn't move it back using the hand--closed then reopened document and it was fine. Also, when I applied the "outline" effect to a layer, it would reset to "0" outline when I left the effects window...Now, I cannot paint on a layer! I tried restarting Affinity, restarting my computer. It still happens. Even on another transparent background png. It just paints behind the layer, even though I have selected the layer to work on. I tried disconnecting the tablet and working with just the computer's mouse pad. Still no luck.
  3. Hi there, I'm using the "Wacom Intuos S" and i can't use the pressure-function by using the brush. My tablet supports pressure and i selected a brush with pressure-function... Thanks for help! :)
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