September 2, 2021 at 2:09 am #3911Alexis NessleParticipant
Awesome! Thank you so much for letting me know :D. I can’t wait until it comes out then!September 2, 2021 at 2:10 am #3912Alexis NessleParticipant
Awesome. Thank you so much for letting me know ^^ I can’t wait to use it then!September 9, 2021 at 12:25 am #3917Sara SmasalParticipant
System is Windows, Animation Paper v5.0 Alpha 4.2, tablet is a Bosto 16HD tablet display.
When in extended mode between the computer monitor and the drawing tablet, and Animation Paper is the selected program, the tablet will control the cursor on the computer monitor and not on the tablet display. Almost like a mapping issue, however, without changing settings and switching to PS/Sketchbook/Paint/Anything else, the tablet display correctly registers pen input.
Tested, changing the tablet to the primary display in Windows, pen does not register and will get stuck to an edge of the display. When in duplicate mode, pen will also stay on one edge of the screen-despite working in drivers, calibration, and other programs. Tested updating drivers, and remapping areas multiple times, no change.
I’m uncertain if this is an issue with other low-end/entry-level models of drawing display tablets, but I would love to hear if anyone else experiences this?September 9, 2021 at 12:52 pm #3918NielsKeymaster
Thanks a lot for this detailed report of yours. I haven’t heard about this kind of behaviour before, but I do suspect it to be related to certain experiences reported by other Windows tablet or touch screen users.
Could you please try the following:
Find the file “qt.conf” (probably here C:\Program Files\Animation Paper\qt.conf). Delete it or rename it (to save it). Then launch Animation Paper again.
This will force Animation Paper to use Windows Ink. Maybe that will make a positive difference?
Please let me know!
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