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Feature Request - Tablet Pressure Sensitivity


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I recently bought a Wacom Graphire4 tablet. When I used it on Paint.NET, using the Paintbrush tool, when I pressed harder, it made a thicker line, and when I pressed softer, it made a thinner line. It's not that this is a bad thing, but sometimes it drives me crazy. This is what I suggest:

Good: The ability to switch this off.

Better: The ability to switch between thickness, nothing, and alpha.

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That feature will come in 4.0 along side brushes. If you really want the pressure sensitivity now, go for GIMP.

BTW, @Rick: In my opinion, you should try to keep PDN's simplicity and not try to (in any way) beat GIMP in number of features. That seems to be my only concern about 4.0.

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BTW, @Rick: In my opinion, you should try to keep PDN's simplicity and not try to (in any way) beat GIMP in number of features. That seems to be my only concern about 4.0.

How is that related to this thread? And why would you think I would do that? Don't answer that -- that'll just pull this thread further off-topic.

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