1. sunriseshell's Avatar
    So now that HC is officially released I am wondering what apps take advantage of the scribe technology.

    We know the pen now works throughout the OS and therefore works as a finger would, (but of course more accurately) so no news there.

    What I'm after are apps that specifically support the pressure sensitivity and/or the buttons of the hardware.

    I will post them at the top post here as I learn of them.

    Apps that support Scribe hardware:

    • Quill. The fountain pen brush supports pressure sensitivity.
    • SketchBook Pro. The pencil brush (maybe others?) supports pressure sensitivity when this function is enabled in Prefs.
    reed4richards likes this.
    01-08-2012 11:28 PM
  2. sunriseshell's Avatar
    I have used SketchBookX which is awesome with the pen, MUCH better than with just a capacitive stylus. However I have not found a brush or setting that takes advantage of the pressure sensitivity of the Scribe pen.
    Maybe there is a setting that does take advantage of pressure sensitivity, or maybe the full version?

    Maybe one or more of the Adobe Touch products will be released for the Flyer/View AND have advanced pen functionality? (I can dream, can't I)
    01-08-2012 11:34 PM
  3. suzi's Avatar
    Graffiti works!
    01-10-2012 01:13 AM
  4. sunriseshell's Avatar
    Confirmed, SketchBook Pro does support the pen's pressure sensitivity.

    Click on the little circle to get to the GUI menu--> click on the "i"--> Prefs--> check "Enable Pen Pressure"

    So far I have noticed that the pencil brush supports this function. I will test further to see if there are more brushes and if the buttons do anything.
    01-21-2012 01:37 PM