I should expand on that. If you use the Direct Draw Straight Line tool while holding Shift you can draw in angle steps. You can also do that with the Polyline. If you want to do something with pen pressure on just the X and Y then you can set up a ruler with the Polyline and Shift or use a Perspective ruler. Simply hold Shift while laying down the X and Y then use the Object tool to select the ruler, right click, and Infinitize.
I found the update did not replace the old version ..it just installed a second instance. You may have the new version but are clicking an icon for the old one. Also I found the last part of the Clip Studio Paint install happened when you first opened Clip Studio ( i.e. the material website thing ). So I suggest you try looking for Clip Studio ( not paint), open that and then open paint from there.
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some of the linked dicussion implies that it is picking up the figure gestures when using the pen..... so have you gone to CSP's File>preferences>touch gesture and tried changing some of the settings ( particularly the single swipe setting ) ? Or can you temporarily switch off finger gestures in the OS.
If you are drawing with a normal brush on a blending layer then it all depends on what is on the layers below that layer. e.g. Most blending modes will not show up anything when the picture content below them is 100% Black or White ( that's correct behavior).... so to see the effect you are often best using a paper layer that is not white or black. If I am understanding what you are trying then I would expect "Multiply" blending mode to best give you the effect you are after .
@garlam the pantograph style subdividers mechanically guarantee that each of the points at the bottom are an equal distance apart. To use them you adjust the outer arms until the points, which are your chosen number of subdivisions apart, match the dimension you're trying to subdivide (7 for example), and then the intervening points mark where your subdivisions will be (up to 10, for the pictured device).
Between different drawing programs ..I agree with you its not so good in CSP e.g I can copy a part filled layer from affinity to Photoshop and it just copies the filled parts ... while in CSP in makes a box around the filled part and fills the transparency with white.. Actually the reverse also true ... photoshop or affinity will add a white box around something copied from CSP ...I guess its because CSP handles transparency differently to Photoshop ( and all the other programs base their color /transparency handling on the Photoshop model). Within CSP that way of handling transparency is one of its strengths... but it is incompatible with other drawing programs.
Thanks888. Maybe it will change in the future. The future looks bright, with a white background.
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