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New driver ruins Clip Studio pen performance

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rramrram
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Re: New driver ruins Clip Studio pen performance

Postby rramrram » Sun 27. Jan 2019, 02:02

wacom5 wrote: I have not tested so I cannot confirm if it works but version 6.3.29-6 seems to help.

I tried Photoshop and there too faced the broken line problem, I'll be converting back to this version then, let us know if there's any update on the fix

wacom5
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Re: New driver ruins Clip Studio pen performance

Postby wacom5 » Mon 28. Jan 2019, 09:27

rramrram wrote:
wacom5 wrote: I have not tested so I cannot confirm if it works but version 6.3.29-6 seems to help.

I tried Photoshop and there too faced the broken line problem, I'll be converting back to this version then, let us know if there's any update on the fix

Your issue may be something else then... Please check with our support - https://support.wacom.com

FVorange
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Re: New driver ruins Clip Studio pen performance

Postby FVorange » Tue 12. Feb 2019, 18:45

Any news on this issue?

I'm missing several little fixes/updates on recent drivers, I'd love to update and have this solved at last.

wacom5
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Re: New driver ruins Clip Studio pen performance

Postby wacom5 » Wed 13. Feb 2019, 09:12

No updates at the moment. All I know is the driver team is working on it with Celsys.

rramrram
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Re: New driver ruins Clip Studio pen performance

Postby rramrram » Wed 13. Feb 2019, 23:12

wacom5 wrote:No updates at the moment. All I know is the driver team is working on it with Celsys.


cant the update team just contact Microsoft and get along about this whole Windows Ink issues? in every software it f's something up in a way every other Windows update does sth wrong about it, so much that it makes me wanna go back to Mac

wacom5
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Re: New driver ruins Clip Studio pen performance

Postby wacom5 » Thu 14. Feb 2019, 08:45

The driver team also works with Microsoft on other issues but this issue is not related to Windows Ink.

Moonstalker
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Re: New driver ruins Clip Studio pen performance

Postby Moonstalker » Fri 1. Mar 2019, 19:57

Did the latest update to Clip Studio on the 28th of February fix this issue, or is work continuing on it?

FVorange
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Re: New driver ruins Clip Studio pen performance

Postby FVorange » Sat 16. Mar 2019, 15:14

Moonstalker wrote:Did the latest update to Clip Studio on the 28th of February fix this issue, or is work continuing on it?


I believe it's fixed. In Clip Studio's Preferences > Tablet > Input Frequency check "Prioritize Quality" and the strokes behave normally.

wacom5
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Re: New driver ruins Clip Studio pen performance

Postby wacom5 » Mon 18. Mar 2019, 10:18

FVorange wrote:
Moonstalker wrote:Did the latest update to Clip Studio on the 28th of February fix this issue, or is work continuing on it?

I believe it's fixed. In Clip Studio's Preferences > Tablet > Input Frequency check "Prioritize Quality" and the strokes behave normally.

Good to know, thanks!


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