Your pen tablet is probably the most common peripheral you'll use after your mouse. Tablets enhance the design experience in Affinity products, giving a natural drawing experience using a tablet pen (pen stylus), just like a household pen.
For optimal performance, you should ensure you have the latest drivers installed for your pen tablet. To download the latest drivers, visit your tablet provider's website or use a search engine to find drivers for your tablet.
Once the latest drivers are installed, it is a good idea to re-calibrate your tablet pen. This can be done from Apple>System Preferences.
Once the latest drivers are installed, it is a good idea to re-calibrate your tablet pen. This can be done from the Control Panel.
Tablet pen capabilities may vary depending on the pen you are using. Pen rotation and stylus wheel settings are only supported on certain Wacom pens. For example:
A number of Affinity tools and settings can be tweaked to provide perfect precision when using a pen tablet.
When drawing with a pressure-sensitive pen tablet, the Pen Tool's variable width strokes will automatically match the level of pressure applied. This can be fine-tuned via the Stroke panel's Properties (for pressure sensitivity) or Pressure chart (for manual pressure profiling).
To adjust the quality of your pen tablet's input when working with Affinity apps you can use one of the tablet input options.