ibis Paint features functions that allow the user to customize the user interface.
Open ①the Tool Selection window and press ②the Configuration button.
① Quick Color Picker ... You can also run Quick Color Picker by touch and hold the canvas in brush tool mode. If the Quick Color Picker is displayed unintentionally even if it is turned on, you can cancel the Quick Color Picker by further pressing down with your second finger, without releasing your finger.
② View Rotation ... Select whether to rotate the canvas with two fingers.
③ Window Color ... Select whether the window background color is black or white.
④ Interpolation on Zoom In ... When the canvas is enlarged while interpolation is turned on, it will look blurred. If it’s turns off, it will look pixelated.
⑤ Extract Drawing after Importing ... When you get the alert after loading the image, "Do you want to extract line drawings?", choose whether to do so. Even when if you turn it off, there is a line drawing extraction filter inside the Filter tool. It is a good idea to turn it off for users who extract line drawings only occasionally.
⑥ Use Pressure Sensitivity ... Select whether to turn on pressure sensing. It is necessary for the device to support pressure sensing on its display. Currently, this function in ibis Paint is available only on iPhone 6s and later iPhones and iPad Pro using Apple Pencil, and also Wacom and other pressure-sensitive digital stylus devices. This option is not displayed when there is no supported hardware.
⑦ Thickness to Pressure ... Adjust the sensitivity on how thick the brush will be when you increase the pressure. There is also an internal parameter on the brush side with respect to the pressure and thickness, which is valid only when the brush supports pressure and thickness.
⑧ Opacity to Pressure ... Adjust how transparent the brush stroke becomes when you lift the brush. There is also an internal parameter on the brush side with respect to the pressure and opacity, which is valid only when the brush supports pressure and opacity.
① Suppored Stylus ... You can see the list of digital stylus that ibis Paint supports. A digital stylus is a stylus that can communicate with a device, with batteries inside. Many digital styluses are pressure sensitive.
② Digital stylus selection ... Select a digital stylus to connect the digital stylus with ibis Paint. Refer to the manual of the digital stylus for how to connect.
③ Configuration ... This is the screen for setting the digital stylus after connecting the digital stylus with ibis Paint. Depending on the digital stylus, there may be no setting screen.
④ Button 1 ... Depending on the digital stylus, one or two buttons will be present on it. If there is more than one button, you can set the function for button 1 here. You can set the button for undo function or brush / eraser switch function.
⑤ Button 2 ... Depending on the digital stylus, one or two buttons will be present. If there are two or more buttons, you can set the function when button 2 is pressed here.
⑥ Save Flood Fill Settings ... Flood Fill settings and Magic Wand settings return to their initial values when exiting to My Gallery. Turn this function on if you want to keep the Flood Fill setting even if you exit to My Gallery.
⑦ Reset All Brush Parameters ... Restores all brush parameters to their initial values.
⑧ Reset Color Palettes ... Restores the color palettes to the initial value.