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Would also recommend for XP Pen users as well, even though the XP Pen drivers don't really change tablet input in any way.

Last time I checked, the xp pen drivers don't let you enter values for your tablet area (you can only drag a box, which is inaccurate), the driver's force proportion function is broke (it forces it into something that's not your screen ratio), and for some tablets, it even displays incorrect tablet dimensions, so its really impossible to get a good area.

XP Pen may or may not have fixed some of the problems since then, but from my experience, these drivers work much nicer overall than the official XP Pen drivers.
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[Taiga] wrote:

Affection for skillset and gameplay: If you are like me - always played on stock drivers with every shit on, you are gonna have hard time to get used to new inputlag-less movement. This drivers FORCE perfect movement. Aim speed is noticable.
Oh no, my job as mableteer just got harder...
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This is really great tbh. I can enable raw input again without having issues.

I was trying to find how to set it for left handed ppl but you can rotate the area by 180 degrees. Neat.
CTL-471 btw.
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Is the hover height change really that noticeable? These drivers sound great but I'm not sure if I'll switch to dragging just for less lag.

EDIT: Tried out the drivers and they are fucking amazing. You do need to get used to new movement but it wont take long. I tried going back to my old drivers to see the difference and I cannot physically play with the default drivers anymore. Hover distance on Huion in my experience so disregard what I said earlier.
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wait, the drivers change the reading distance as well? i thought that was tablet specific?
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Small bump, for visibility because idk what is the chance to pin this.
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[Taiga] wrote:

Small bump, for visibility because idk what is the chance to pin this.
Best request a mod to do just that...
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Literally the best thing for my 490.

I've always used my tablet to draw and stuff, but tried it for osu once and couldn't take the latency.

Apparently, some tablets have a lot of smoothing that they do, which adds extra latency.

These drivers are phenomenal. They also squish bugs really quickly, and if you have any issues, report them.
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As someone who picked up a tablet last week (I believe it's a CTL490), it seems there's no reason not to try this out :)

Downloaded, but I'm unsure on what exactly I need to uninstall. The Github link just says uninstall the old drivers, but software wise I also have Wacom Tablet Properties & Wacom Desktop Centre installed. What exactly should I be getting rid of? Sorry for the newbiness.

Edit: Uninstalling the drivers removed both of the above anyway, so yeah, I'm good to go. Will post some feedback as a new tablet & newbie osu! player, so maybe others in my situation will have a lil bit more information to go forward with.

Edit 2: Fixed.
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So, my thoughts after a week on the new drivers...

Leia wrote:

Literally the best thing for my 490.

I've always used my tablet to draw and stuff, but tried it for osu once and couldn't take the latency.

Apparently, some tablets have a lot of smoothing that they do, which adds extra latency.

These drivers are phenomenal. They also squish bugs really quickly, and if you have any issues, report them.
Pretty much exactly this. I was only using a tablet for a week on the stock Wacom drivers before swapping to these, and the effect was immediately noticeable. I tried going back to the Wacom drivers today just to make sure it wasn't some sort of placebo effect, & it's most definitely not.

I'd also like to add how easy it is to copy your exact settings over from the Wacom drivers. The UI for that is identical in both aesthetic & number values, so it's very simple.

Would recommend 100% for someone like myself who's new to tablet.
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I have a h420 and I just played a few maps with these new drivers.

I think there's a difference but it's hard to tell whether it's because there is or because I want there to be a difference. The difference might be obvious once I try the old ones again so I can compare though.
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This thing is crazy. It really removes input-lag from the CTL-490, which was pretty annoying for me at least. I used to drag, then hover and got used to the latency, then go back to drag cause aim. It's very noticiable in the few minutes you play with those drives. 10/10

Recommended to everyone owning this one not-so-good-for-playing-osu! tablet.
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Been using these drivers for about a week with my Huion H420 and I have to say, it's so much better than the default drivers. The new version of Huion's driver is pretty crappy, so I'd been using the old version that Toy linked ages ago. I thought those drivers already had no input lag, but after using these drivers the movement feels better than ever. Takes some getting used to though, not sure if it's removed some kind of input smoothing or what but the movement is slightly different causing me to shit-miss all over the place before I got used to it. The only bad thing is there's no way to program the buttons on the tablet with this driver.

Definitely recommend all Huion H420 users to try these drivers out.
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this is so gooooood. using xp-pen g430 and i really sense the input lag is less than the given drivers (the new drivers for the tablet suck really bad as i can't even set my active area properly)

also i can now disable clicking of the pen tip yeSSSSSSS

thanks for this matey
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Been using for hours only but its really great the latency is removed! though I leave the notes early now, i'll need to get accustomed to no input lag.
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Following just in case Wacom Intuos 3 support is added in future : D
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Where's the place to post for help with these drivers?

They were working flawlessly on my QHD display, but I picked up a second monitor to use as a high refresh gaming display, but no matter what I try, getting the driver to play nice doesn't work. I'm pretty sure it's because the monitors are different resolutions (2560x1440 & 1920x1080), but even when I swap the 2560x1440 monitor to 1920x1080, it's still undoubtedly not how I've set it, despite the Wacom area being identical.

Here's my settings: https://i.imgur.com/MMEWOc3.png

For some reason, the entire area is bigger than before, regardless of whether both are 1080p or not. Changing which is the primary display doesn't help either. Nothing in the FAQ was of help, sadly.
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xddddddddddd wrote:

https://gyazo.com/f7ae2d17a21ff5b970e0e4349ebb9297
the shaking is insane
that is to be expected because wacom drivers have this thing called “smoothing”, which can make your cursor smoother but it adds input lag, these drivers remove smoothing which means even tiny movements are registered.
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