Problems Using ArtRage Mobile Editions

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Can’t Open ArtRage Touch Paintings

If you can't open your ArtRage Touch painting files, they are probably too large for the app. There is an issue with some devices with larger screen resolutions overriding the canvas size defaults - basically, they have created paintings too large for the app to re-open.If you have a licence for a desktop version of ArtRage, then just install that on your Surface Pro (or other device), open them, and change them to be 2048x2048 pixels or less and it ...
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Menu bar has vanished in ArtRage for iPad

If the black menu bar has disappeared, just tap with three fingers on the screen. The three finger tap shortcut is designed to hide or show the menu bar, so you can expand your painting area, but if you accidentally hide it, it can be a bit confusing the first time.
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Can’t Draw Anything in ArtRage for iPad or Android

The tools are not responding in ArtRage for iPad or AndroidCan't draw? If nothing happens when you draw on the canvas, it may seem like ArtRage is frozen or not working properly. However, the usual reason ArtRage is not responding to your finger is because the app is set to use a stylus only. The easiest way to check if this is the problem is to try interacting with a menu. ArtRage will let you use the menus, but will not let ...
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How to clear out parked apps and restart on iOS devices

iOS Device Tips ArtRage is a processor intensive app that does a lot of work behind the scenes to generate realistic paint effects. This means that it is sensitive to situations where your iPad is using processor time on other tasks. In addition, if the OS detects that memory is low when you are using an app it may shut that app down without warning.If you are experiencing any speed issues or crashing when using ArtRage for iPad or iPhone, it may ...
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Memory Warning for iPad

The Memory Warning icon has been included to help with users who have experienced crashes in the application. After testing and collaboration with beta users, it appears that most of the crashes that have been experienced since 1.0.3 are due to the iPad running out of memory and closing the application as a result.The memory warning icon indicates that the OS has detected memory is low. That does not necessarily mean that the app is about to be shut down, rather ...
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