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Hey everyone! Here is a recording I made with Affinity Designer 1.7 on iPad mini 5, iOS 12.2, visualizing touches set to true, showing the gestures fail a lot: https://www.shushustorm.com/_Uploads/Serif/iOS/1_7/PinchNotWorking.mp4 This shows the input itself does in fact get recognized. The gestures mostly fail when using thumb and index finger, but will mostly work when using index finger and middle finger. After some testing, I can say this is true for both Affinity products as well as for Procreate. Since the visualization shows that the input is indeed recognized, could there be an issue with iOS rejecting input because of palm rejection issues? Unfortunately, for me, persistently using index and middle finger is not an option. It's very inconventient. Best wishes, Shu EDIT: Also, I posted here about this as well: And again, the topics about this on the Procreate forums:https://procreate.art/discussions/4/10/27407https://procreate.art/discussions/4/10/28314
When inside the Liquify Persona and using the Pinch or Punch tool - the effect is correctly applied while inside the Liquify Persona, but as soon as the changes are applied – the effect is reversed as if the opposite tool was used instead – if something in the preview was "pinched", after applying the effect the result would become "punched" and vice-versa. Affinity Photo 1.5.2 on Mac, but has been happening for quite a while, possibly since many versions ago.
In the liquify persona, when you click on the pinch tool, its effect on the image is twirling the image. However, when you choose twirl, it allows you to pinch. Not a huge problem, since you can just select the other tool, but it would be nice to be labeled correctly. It was correct in previous versions. Thanks!
Dear Sir & Madam, Would you tell me how I can reflect a change after pinch & punch tools ? After using blush on these tools, I cannot see any changes like a tutorial movie. Operating enviroment is Windows 7 Home with 64 bit. Best regards, Tadashi