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Sharp circles

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Sookios
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Sharp circles

Postby Sookios » Wed 25. Oct 2017, 06:51

Basically, when ever I try drawing a circle quickly, the beginning of it is straight.

Example= https://imgur.com/a/wc1Rp

It's really annoying cause I need to do an assignment for school and it's due soon. Can someone please help me?

wacom1
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Re: Sharp circles

Postby wacom1 » Wed 25. Oct 2017, 08:38

Make sure to set 'doubleclick distance' in the tablet driver properiies to minimum and if on Windows disable 'use Windows Ink'. These thing can cause delays or straight lines at beginning of strokes.

Sookios
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Re: Sharp circles

Postby Sookios » Wed 25. Oct 2017, 10:15

wacom1 wrote:Make sure to set 'doubleclick distance' in the tablet driver properiies to minimum and if on Windows disable 'use Windows Ink'. These thing can cause delays or straight lines at beginning of strokes.


Thanks a ton mate :)


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