I'm trying to use AC with a 22" Huion tablet.
That's very disapointing, because you cannot even map a button for pan or zoom. Those commands exist but are in a toggle mode like any other tool, which makes it very hard to use since you need to press escap when you've done with zooming/panning.
In AC, the left hand is used a lot for shortcuts : copy and past, copy from a point, switch to up/down level, create groups, etc. And so with a tablet you need your left hand on the keybord and your right hand on the tablet with a stylus. The problems are :
- you cannot handle zoom and pan with your pen as you do with your mouse
- you have an asymetric posture which will be painful in the long run.
I think the only good way would be to get a large tablet with "touch", and to set toolbars to reach all the function with a finger. This way the left hand would stay on the screen (avoiding back pain), and the pan/zoom function would be there.
Does AC manage correctly the pinch for zooming and two fingers for panning ?
If true then the next thing would be to allow user to manage the buttons size no matter the resolution, without relying on windows, to get those button large enough to be used with a finger.
Last but not least, the free hand spline function is terrible with 100% crappy results. That's a shame because it could be very useful to create labels, comment and annotate our plans.
I think it would be a big improvement because working with our hands is way more satisfying than with a mouse and KB.