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4 hours ago, Patrick Connor said:

Can you confirm this is still true when using a mouse and a tablet (with the same size brush)?

Tried comparing mouse vs tablet. Mouse controls seem to be more responsive, but fast strokes are still slowed down at the start of each stroke and then speed up significantly once holding down the stroke for an extended period of time. This is especially noticeable on massive brushes where the start is slow, but becomes super responsive with it being very easy to brush a massive canvas with next to no lag as long as you keep the stroke going.

Tablet on the other hand can feel significantly sluggish since pen pressure brushes seem to be even more demanding, which becomes worse for every fast stroke done in a chain. With pen pressure taken out of the picture both mouse and tablet perform about equally.

Here's a more extensive report with a video demonstrating the problems:


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