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AwkwardBeats wrote:

Yea, I already tried. And does the Huion drivers have a left-click disabling function?
I believe that you can't disable the left-click function on the Huion H420... I'm afraid that you will need to get another pen if yours has the left click stuck even if you changed the nib..
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Not entirely sure if you have the same drivers as I do, but with my drivers download disc, a program to edit the settings of the tablet was included. To change the button config, this is the path you should follow.

Program >
Button >
Mouse Command

Then change setting to 'No action'

Hope this helped! :)
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Incorrect wrote:

Not entirely sure if you have the same drivers as I do, but with my drivers download disc, a program to edit the settings of the tablet was included. To change the button config, this is the path you should follow.

Program >
Button >
Mouse Command

Then change setting to 'No action'

Hope this helped! :)
Then, seems like I saw another version of the drivers. I hope this is usefull for him.
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Incorrect wrote:

Not entirely sure if you have the same drivers as I do, but with my drivers download disc, a program to edit the settings of the tablet was included. To change the button config, this is the path you should follow.

Program >
Button >
Mouse Command

Then change setting to 'No action'

Hope this helped! :)
Yes! I got it to work. Thanks so much for your help! :D:D
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Trosk- wrote:

AwkwardBeats wrote:

Yea, I already tried. And does the Huion drivers have a left-click disabling function?
I believe that you can't disable the left-click function on the Huion H420... I'm afraid that you will need to get another pen if yours has the left click stuck even if you changed the nib..
Ok, thanks.
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VeilStar wrote:

AwkwardBeats wrote:

Yea, I already tried. And does the Huion drivers have a left-click disabling function?
I'm not certain as I don't own a Huion H420, but I would assume it does. Hopefully someone that knows more about this specifically jumps in here.
I guess there was someone. But thanks for helping me anyways. :):)
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Well, disabling the click function is a hack-ish work-around, but I guess at least you can still use it to play osu! now.
Marking this as resolved then.
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VeilStar wrote:

Well, disabling the click function is a hack-ish work-around, but I guess at least you can still use it to play osu! now.
Marking this as resolved then.
Do I need to do something to mark it as resolved? Sorry, this is the first time asking for help on the osu! forums so I don't know that much.
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AwkwardBeats wrote:

Do I need to do something to mark it as resolved? Sorry, this is the first time asking for help on the osu! forums so I don't know that much.
Nope. Leave that upto staff to do it. The thread will get moved the the Resolved Issues forum automatically.
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VeilStar wrote:

AwkwardBeats wrote:

Do I need to do something to mark it as resolved? Sorry, this is the first time asking for help on the osu! forums so I don't know that much.
Nope. Leave that upto staff to do it. The thread will get moved the the Resolved Issues forum automatically.
Ok. Thanks.
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Incorrect wrote:

Not entirely sure if you have the same drivers as I do, but with my drivers download disc, a program to edit the settings of the tablet was included. To change the button config, this is the path you should follow.

Program >
Button >
Mouse Command

Then change setting to 'No action'

Hope this helped! :)
where did u find this driver?
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Incorrect wrote:

Not entirely sure if you have the same drivers as I do, but with my drivers download disc, a program to edit the settings of the tablet was included. To change the button config, this is the path you should follow.

Program >
Button >
Mouse Command

Then change setting to 'No action'

Hope this helped! :)
Okay, so I've now tried downloading this because I'm experiencing the same problem, but it just keeps on adding MB, making less space on my computer. I tried re-starting the download, but it's just done the same! Should I just it go? :?
Oh okay, its done now... but its sent me a screen capture thing? WHAT?! :shock:
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Necro'd but @Incorrect: Can you post the drivers?
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ry00000 wrote:

Necro'd but @Incorrect: Can you post the drivers?
Be aware that the user's profile doesn't exist anymore.
The user won't be notified either, a PM would've sufficed better.
Also why are you asking for old drivers?

If you have a problem, make a new thread instead.
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I get this is old, and resolved (ish). However, I think I found a solution to the constant clicking. I was having the same problem, for some reason my nib got stuck down and even after replacing it, it seemed the component beneath was still stuck. After unscrewing the top part (which required pliers), I found that the plastic holding in that component had been deformed, and was holding it down. I used pliers to tear off the upper part of the plastic, releasing it and allowing the pressure when hovering to return to ~20 or so (I am using the 680s, which uses the same pen, and has 2048 pressure levels). Unfortunately, when taking the last bit off to try to reduce it to 0, I accidentally broke the wire coil just below that, rendering the pen useless. I would suggest using a knife instead, and not getting so overzealous.
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Do you know there is a setting to disable mouse clicks when you're in a game? I didnt check the date of this post but I hope it helps a bit more :P
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HeyGun wrote:

Do you know there is a setting to disable mouse clicks when you're in a game? I didnt check the date of this post but I hope it helps a bit more :P
:thinking:
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I FINALLY FOUND A WAY
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MY PEN HAD BEEN BROKEN FOR ABOUT 3 WEEKS NOW AND I FOUND THE REASON WHY IT BROKE AS I DROPPED IT
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first unscrew the top
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