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by mclinton
19 Jun 2019, 01:03
Forum: Made with TVPaint
Topic: This Does Not Look Like Toon Boom Harmony To Me - What Do You Suppose It Is?
Replies: 14
Views: 4648

Re: This Does Not Look Like Toon Boom Harmony To Me - What Do You Suppose It Is?

Harmony does have very good bitmap drawing capabilities, too. It also has vector brushes that look like pencils, chalks, paintbrushes, etc. Harmony 17, which was just released, has a new drawing engine which is much smoother and more natural to draw in than previous versions by the way. It feels as ...
by mclinton
31 May 2019, 00:03
Forum: Off Topic Discussions
Topic: Adobe tells users that they can get sued for using older versions of Photoshop
Replies: 6
Views: 3373

Re: Adobe tells users that they can get sued for using older versions of Photoshop

I think this only applies if you are using an older version that you downloaded with a Creative Cloud subscription. If you bought a perpetual license of CS6 years ago you can still use it.
by mclinton
07 Apr 2019, 22:29
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: Compatability with Toon Boom products
Replies: 12
Views: 9506

Re: Compatability with Toon Boom products

:shock:

The OP is a fan of the software who was offering an idea. I'm surprised by the treatment of him/her.
by mclinton
04 Apr 2019, 22:31
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Mac High resolution monitors not supported in 2019
Replies: 17
Views: 6618

Re: Mac High resolution monitors not supported in 2019

I have my display setting at the default for the monitor which looks great and is exactly how I would want it. I tried switching it to another setting which makes everything smaller in the OS. I launched TVPaint and it looks less pixelated but everything is so small I can barely read the text in the...
by mclinton
03 Apr 2019, 22:27
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Mac High resolution monitors not supported in 2019
Replies: 17
Views: 6618

Re: Mac High resolution monitors not supported in 2019

It's quite simple. Some time ago, computer monitors were manufactured more or less all in the same range of screen resolution, which means a pixel had a defined real world size. Software UI were designed to look good and useable at that size. Then came along the first "Retina" displays, and those 4...
by mclinton
03 Apr 2019, 09:36
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Mac High resolution monitors not supported in 2019
Replies: 17
Views: 6618

Re: Mac High resolution monitors not supported in 2019

Here is a screenshot of my computer. Photoshop looks so crisp and clear on my computer, much more crisp than JeremyN's screenshot. I don't understand what is going on since we're all using 5k iMacs. TVPaint looks fuzzy compared to my other software.
TVPaint_Photoshop.png
by mclinton
03 Apr 2019, 07:21
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Mac High resolution monitors not supported in 2019
Replies: 17
Views: 6618

Re: Mac High resolution monitors not supported in 2019

I am also having this exact problem on a 5k iMac. Everything is slightly pixelated when I look at the interface close up. All of my other applications like Adobe CC, Clip Studio, Moho, and Harmony are all very clear and look nice. I'm an old Mirage user and I've only been tinkering with the TV Paint...