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How to zoom with Wacom Intuos in Affinity? - Zoom not working

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Hi guys,

I bought myself an Wacom Intuos S a few days ago. Everything seems to work fine, except zooming in or out. Sometimes it works, but most of the time it doesn´t. When it doesn´t it either just doesn´t zoom or the brush starts and I can´t stop it, even if the pen doesn´t touch the tablet.

I tried some different settings (see yellow mark on screenshot), but that only made it so that all I could do was scroll.

Is this a bug or is there something wrong with my tablet?

Thanks for the help

PS: I work on a Windows

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Edited by AntonPB
forgot to mention which computer system I use

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Been testing with a Wacom Intuos and it hasn't failed on me yet.

Which method are you using to zoom in/out? Have you setup an Express Key to Zoom in the Wacom Tablet Properties? Are you using Space + CTRL and then tapping the tablet/tap slide left/right?

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2 minutes ago, Lee D said:

Been testing with a Wacom Intuos and it hasn't failed on me yet.

Which method are you using to zoom in/out? Have you setup an Express Key to Zoom in the Wacom Tablet Properties? Are you using Space + CTRL and then tapping the tablet/tap slide left/right?

I setup an Express Key. I press it and move the pen.

Haven´t heard of the second thing you asked. is that better?

I work on a Laptop, so I now switch back to my touchpad to zoom in/out.

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