cryrid wrote: »
The update process itself was smooth on the Surface Pro 3, but I seem to be having problems with a few of my art programs.
Photoshop CS4 no longer seems to detect tablet pressure.
Sketchbook Pro 7 is all sorts of messed up. Initially the strokes were several inches offset from where the stylus was touching. Disabling display scaling in the compatibility options fixed this offset, but brushes that were previously large are now micro sized on the screen. It's possible that it too isn't detecting pen pressure either and just giving me 1px strokes. Rotating the device no longer rotates the canvas. All in all its a shame because SBP was the program I used to have the most fun drawing in and had the best feel, but now its barely usable even for a scribble.
Mischief seems to be detecting pen pressure, but something just seems off now. I don't know if it too has sizing issues, but the pencil brush I had set up seems a lot fuzzier/noisier than I recall. I could just be paranoid on this one, but at the same time it doesn't seem to rotate either so something may be up.
iadagraca wrote: »
^If you want to do a fresh ISO install seems they're doing what they did with windows 8 and are provifing ISO files.
maxivz wrote: »
I just finished installing windows 10 on my laptop (not risking my workstation yet) and i seem to have some problems with max 2012, random flickering happening in the viewport that was not happening in windows 7, other than that everything else is working perfectlly.
Been using nothing but windows 10 for the last 8 months
maxivz wrote: »
The only thing that really bothers me is the automatic updates, you cant get to skip them like in windows 8, and having a shitty internet connection like the one i have means you wont be able to browse the internet while downloading.
McGreed wrote: »
Yeah, someone mentioned that their computer would use a lot of battery even when it was inactive, because it's downloading updates when it's inactive. The whole 'download updates' whenever is not good, especially with laptops and it uses up your data cap without you knowing it, instead of waiting till you are on a landline.
Gilgamesh wrote: »
I can't even get to the stage where i am supposedly ready for the upgrade because I don't have IE11 installed ... but im going around in circles with errors and windows updates and all sorts of fixes just to fkin install IE11 to be 'eligible' to install Win10
The mind boggles.
Dataday wrote: »
I tried to force it to upgrade with the wuauctl.exe trick going around (spare laptop) and im getting nothing but errors when its goes to the preparing installation phase. Same thing happens on my surface. Oddly enough all my computers have the windows upgrade logo icon in the corner, yet they refuse to actually... upgrade.
JedTheKrampus wrote: »
If you have a Pro license it should upgrade you to 10 Pro.
Brygelsmack wrote: »
Found this on reddit:
jollyhello wrote: »
it is no difference
win8 and win10 and win7
PyrZern wrote: »
Ummm....... I'm using Wins 8.1 Pro currently, does that mean I upgrade to 10 Pro as well ? Or to 10 Home ??
I'm so lost #_#
ZacD wrote: »
I really need custom live tiles to actually enjoy and take advantage of the new start menu, too bad the Windows 8 program I found to make them doesn't work with 10. I did get Steam Tiles which is great for Steam games, but it makes you open an extra program when a game is launched. I'm hoping to see more apps that are actually useful.
DIABL0X wrote: »
installed the newest Intuos 5 Drivers for Windows 10, but Tablet Pressure is not working...
Works in Zbrush etc., not in Photoshop. And yeah, i did try to make all the fixes that helped me in the past, every time the same shit... -_-
iadagraca wrote: »
Photoshop in windows 8.1 and up requires windows ink to be enabled in your wacom settings, you can disable this feature in photoshop
I imagine your problem is the exact same problem here.https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1500227
Thane- wrote: »
Boggles my mind that they don't expand on the current functionality of Window's sub programs like Paint or Media player. I was animating a dog walk cycle last year and the number of little deficiencies and quirks that got in the way while trying to view read the movements in the reference video was just insane. How about an ability to scub the timeslider start at a more specific point in the video.
How about a replacement to flashplayer that doesn't throw away the cached data i just downloaded 4 microseconds ago when click in the timeline FORWARD into data i just cached, causing a delay and a re-download, which can be super annoying while streaming youtube on an average public wifi-connection.
This relates to why i've started writing down things that are deficient or buggy in programs i use, because there are so frikin many annoyances that manage to sneak under the radar or are just small enough for me not to want to bother contacting the company about or create a forum post. Yet a whole they represent a serious waste of time or deficiency.
oXYnary wrote: »
I have no complaints on 10. I should point out though its mining our data aggressively. While you can turn off some of the data catchers, others are built in.http://www.techworm.net/2015/07/by-downloading-windows-10-you-are-allowing-microsoft-to-spy-on-you.html