Device: Tablet (Non-Screen)
Brand and Version: Wacom INTUOS - CTH-480
System: Windows 10
It’s simple, really; in order to ensure Krita registers a stroke (and not a long-press), I need to zoom in so my intended stroke fulfils the arbitrary minimum length requirement. This is a non-issue for finer work, like the artwork members on this forum produce - but I mainly use this software to doodle and write notes, mostly zoomed out so 1/4 of a 600D/PPI A3 is visible on-screen.
Zooming is an acceptable workaround to this problem, but it has a pretty significant impact on how much work I can get done in one session, believe it or not. I’ve gone through the settings once or twice to see if I can find one aptly named enough to establish it as the cause of my issue (minimum input, move, distance, length, stroke, et cet.) but I’m yet to track it down.
Could anyone point me in the right direction? I want to make it shorter, but not abysmally short, as I don’t want it causing difficulties with the long-press tooltip (very, very convenient) - there should be a setting for it, somewhere, that won’t require me to edit and build from source.
I’ve ruled out my hardware - GIMP, Inkscape, Blender, et cet. all register my strokes roughly the same way when using my tablet. It’s relatively unaged, and quite the workhorse.
Lastly, I don’t doubt Krita gets a flood of praise here, but I’m quite impressed with the suite as a whole. I’ve not needed a raster alternative for some years, that is until now; very glad a quick search sent me in the right direction.