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Aerious bug with Animate CC on Mac OS Sierra

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Aerious bug with Animate CC on Mac OS Sierra

Postby Sesamme » Thu 9. Nov 2017, 09:02

On OS Sierra in Adobe Animate CC every second stroke of any tool is not registered, when drawing rapidly. I have an old Cintiq UX21, and I cannot use the latest Wacom drivers, which, according to this forum thread: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2282901 solves the issue. The latest driver I can use is 6.3.15-3.
I had to roll back all the way to Flash CS6 for the pen to work correctly, but this is very counter productive. Another problem is that I cannot downgrade my iMac because it's new, and wouldn't let me install anything below Os Sierra.
I have to note, that this issue only appears in Animate, not in any other software, therefore it could be on both ends...
any solution to that?
thanks

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