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When I zoom out the canvas in both AD and AP I get wavy lines when using the brush tool, not super noticeable but still annoying. But when I zoom in the canvas the lines don't seem to have this problemas. I also tested in Clip Studio but didn't get any wavyness. I use a Cintiq. Also I have been experiencing Lag.

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Might be the usual behavior here for zoomed in/out drawing and raster portions, so to say everything that isn't at 100% zoom view. - Lag in terms of when using the Cintiq or in general no matter of that one?

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2 minutes ago, MarioNightz said:

And i Just noticed that the further away I am from the canvas the laggier it gets, and when I am super zoomed in I get 0 lag

That could coincide with less detail onscreen at high zoom in levels over more detail at zoom out levels so the screen is resolving more detail? 

Just a thought 9_9

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Hi MarioNightz,

Welcome to the forums :)

If you go into the apps preferences and under the performance tab change the  View Quality drop down to Nearest Neighbour does this prevent the lag?

Thanks

Callum

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8 hours ago, Callum said:

Hi MarioNightz,

Welcome to the forums :)

If you go into the apps preferences and under the performance tab change the  View Quality drop down to Nearest Neighbour does this prevent the lag?

Thanks

Callum

I believe I could stop the lag, but I still get he problem of when I draw from a zoomed out view the lines get all weird. Here is a demo. I even used less resolution to see if that helped but no.

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