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What's Wrong With The Interface In Alias Studio 2010

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Hello all,

 

I want to learn Alias Studio and installed 2010 version but Whenever I open the program, the interface is always flu as in attachment file. what could be the reason for that ? installation, graphic card or graphic tablet ?

 

Also, when I try to draw a CV curve with the graphic tablet (UC Logic-wp8060), it shows the cv on the very left side of the screen. I have same problem with Alias Sketchbook Pro. When I draw a line on the middle of the page, it draws it on the very left part of the screen and it moves just up and down on a vertical line but i can draw whatever i want with photoshop or illustrator.

 

What is the problem with Alias products ?

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Hello all,

 

I want to learn Alias Studio and installed 2010 version but Whenever I open the program, the interface is always flu as in attachment file. what could be the reason for that ? installation, graphic card or graphic tablet ?

 

Also, when I try to draw a CV curve with the graphic tablet (UC Logic-wp8060), it shows the cv on the very left side of the screen. I have same problem with Alias Sketchbook Pro. When I draw a line on the middle of the page, it draws it on the very left part of the screen and it moves just up and down on a vertical line but i can draw whatever i want with photoshop or illustrator.

 

What is the problem with Alias products ?

 

Sorry I don't quite understand what you mean by the interface is "flu"? Can you please explain (I didn't see your attachment either, please make sure you attached it correctly).

 

Regarding the tablet - I know only Wacom tablets are officially supported for Alias products. If you have another brand of tablet you can look at the drivers, but there may not be a setting to adjust it.

 

Please try and re-post a screenshot of your interface to better explain the problem. Alias is very picky about graphics card, do you know what graphics card you have? Onboard graphics chips like Intel are not supported.

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