Adobe photoshop profile for Logitech G602 doesn’t seem to work the same on Affinity Photo. This seriously slow down process on editing photo which is one of the main reason i bought this mouse for: the 6 function keys at side of Logitech G602.
The Adobe Photoshop profile i downloaded are created by Shelley (neacail), 3 out of 6 buttons working fine. Hardness doesn’t work, which is my frquently used function. Hardness shortcuts in Affinity Photo 184.108.40.206 (Windows) is Alt + Left click + Right click, numbers of users requested for simpler short cut key, refer here: [Affinity Photo 220.127.116.11] Brush radius/hardness shortcut not working
Took some time to modify Shelley’s profile and this is my version that fully works on Affinity Photo:
G7: Zoom In
G4: Zoom Out
G8: Brush Up (size)
G5: Brush Down (size)
G9: Alt Both Click (Alt + Left click + Right click)
Note: the G9 Alt Both Click function works for both brush size and Hardness control,
i) hold G9 button + mouse roll vertically = Hardness control
ii) hold G9 button + mouse roll horizontally = Brush size control
Hopefully Affinity Photo can release an update with simpler shortcut key for both Opacity and Hardness in near future, so i can assign them on G9 and G6.
If want to try out, download the profile from here: Logitech G602 Affinity Photo Profile