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Hello,

So last night I've updated to the latest Huion drivers (that is listed on their site) because my old drivers that came with the CD that I got with the tablet in 2016 when I bought the tablet had some problems detecting when the pen was in use. This problem was resolved when I updated to the new drivers but I then encountered a new problem. In the old drivers, you were able to change the action/functionality of the pen tip, but in the new drivers it seems like it's no where to be found. Due to me being a dragger, this drastically affects my play style.

So my question is, am I able to change the action of the pen tip on the new drivers or do I have to go back to the old drivers for that?

Any help would be appreciated c:
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ronaldonater wrote:

Hello,

So last night I've updated to the latest Huion drivers (that is listed on their site) because my old drivers that came with the CD that I got with the tablet in 2016 when I bought the tablet had some problems detecting when the pen was in use. This problem was resolved when I updated to the new drivers but I then encountered a new problem. In the old drivers, you were able to change the action/functionality of the pen tip, but in the new drivers it seems like it's no where to be found. Due to me being a dragger, this drastically affects my play style.

So my question is, am I able to change the action of the pen tip on the new drivers or do I have to go back to the old drivers for that?

Any help would be appreciated c:
Just press F10 in-game to disable mouse clicks / pen taps ?
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I feel stupid now.
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I still want to know if there's a way to do it in general. It's really annoying for me to not have the capability of changing the action of the pen tip. I also restarted a map accidentally when I paused on a break due to this. It also caused my cursor to freeze if I hit one of the buttons for grip or by mistake due to this. I still need help resolving this issue.
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