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Just discovered that Touch Bar has a tickbox in the prefs pane but it's almost hidden/clipped at the bottom.


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TouchBar support is already being implemented in Affinity apps. The latest version of Affinity Designer (1.5.3) already supports it.

Don't have a Macbook, but it would be interesting which functions the TouchBar got?

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It seems to be a safe app, I guess it is basically something to unhide MacOS existent functions and assets.

The alternative is to install xCode and open the Touch Bar emulator.


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TouchBar support is already being implemented in Affinity apps. The latest version of Affinity Designer (1.5.3) already supports it.

@MEB: You did notice that I wrote it's hardly visible at the lower part of the the pref. pane?


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I have ordered a MacBook Pro wit the Touch Bar but it will take another 4-5 weeks before I get it it seems. Will report about it after that.


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I've been using it no problem. I find I'm able to emulate the touchbar experience on my 2011 MacBook Pro since I use the 3 finger click n drag gesture. Works like a charm and I don't even have to move my hand off the trackpad :)

 

I think touchbar will be a useful productivity booster for pro apps assuming the Devs create added value and not merely duplicate functionality... I'm sure it will nature as real world use drives input.

 

But damn, that Microsoft surface studio


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