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So far I had only used AP for photo editing on my iPad Pro, but finally got around to draw and paint in it yesterday, and I was enthusiastic! This was as close to draw on paper as one can get on a screen, I thought. Better than Procreate even, which I’ve been using for my daily work since I bought the iPad Pro when it first came out - but I was disappointed today and had to give up on it and shared the drawing I had started with Procreate and finished it there. 

What went wrong? Well, it started to lag. The line was dragging several millimetres behind the tip of Pencil and it made it impossible to draw with quick strokes as is my manner. There is still plenty of space on the iPad, more than 80 gb out of 128 and the drawing wasn’t that large, either. So, anyone else experienced this? Is there a fix?

I’ll attach a short screen recording which shows what happens. 

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The screen recording didn’t play on my iPad at least so I attach a screenshot, too.

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Hi Wilfred,

From the screen recording and screenshot, you have the stabiliser enabled. On the Context toolbar at the bottom, tap the white arrow to move to the next menu and then turn off the stabiliser.

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