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LochAnLoch Posted 1 year 3 weeks ago
#1399
Of course, I don't ask so unselfish. ;-)
Which settings do you prefer for your tablet and for what?

I myself have big problems using the graphics tablet with hatch.
But when creating designs in the drawing programs, I really like to use it.
I love Linux - Debian and work with Inkscape, Gimp ... started embroidering with InkStitch now at Hatch \o/ [would love Hatch much more when it work under Linux ;-)][main language: german and a bit pidgin denglish]

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Chip O Posted 1 year 1 week ago
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Hatch doesn't play well with pen input and offers nothing in the form of palm rejection. 
I inquired about this a while ago and was told there was no roadmap for implementing it, despite Windows having a universal Pen input API that works very well with nearly everything. 
It's a weird exclusion considering Hatch has a freeform stitching tool that is perfect for drawing out stitches. I use a Surface Studio with Hatch and pen input is definitely more intuitive and faster once you get the hang of it. 

If you haven't already and you've run into the issue of your hand messing with your design while you're using your graphics tablet in hatch, get a cheapo pair of glove and just cut all of the fingers off except the pinky. It'll allow you to easily work around the palm rejection. 
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LochAnLoch Posted 11 months 14 hours ago
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Chip O wrote: Hatch doesn't play well with pen input and offers nothing in the form of palm rejection.  /dots

Under real Windows it worked well but I start working under VirtualBox so I got other Input Problems - I still work 90% of my time now under Debian and only start Hatch for punching work. Hatch is realy the only soft I need and I can't run it under wine.

btw. Happy New Year
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