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ArtRage Lagging in Mac OS 10.11 (El Capitan)

If you are seeing severe lag (strokes take a very long time to appear after you make them) while trying to draw on the canvas in Mac OS 10.11 using ArtRage Lite or ArtRage 4, you probably need to update your software to version 4.5.9 (or later). Earlier versions are not compatible with El Capitan.If you aren't sure whether this is the issue, go to Help > About ArtRage and check the version number. If it is earlier then 4.5.9, download ...
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Tablet Driver Problems on Windows

ArtRage supports the two common driver standards for Windows, WinTab and RealTime Stylus. This are the programs that ensure the tablet or touchscreen works properly with ArtRage, allowing you to draw with it.ArtRage also supports the 'Precise Tablet' setting: a high resolution input mode that creates more precise strokes.Normally, Wintab is supported by desktop-based graphics tablets like the Intuos range, and RealTime Stylus is supported by touchscreen devices. However, it is possible for a specific device to be using the other ...
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Why is ArtRage lagging? (About the stroke gap in ArtRage)

The 'stroke gap' resembles a lag when using ArtRage but is actually part of the realistic painting process Many new ArtRage users notice what appears to be lag when they first use the app. While ArtRage can lag when performing demanding operations, the 'stroke gap' is a consistent, non-performance related phenomenon. It is the possible area of effect for your next movement. It exists as an empty gap between the leading edge of a stroke, and your cursor, or the pressure point of ...
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Reducing the amount of memory that ArtRage uses

How do I reduce the amount of memory my paintings use while painting?ArtRage is a very memory intensive program, due to the number of calculations involved in creating realistic paint, and the many options you can turn on while painting. If you find that ArtRage is slowing down significantly at larger sizes, there are a few things you can do to free up memory and speed up the painting process.Paint at a smaller canvas size Reduce the number of layers (for example, ...