Author Topic: Suggestion: Fixes for Huion?  (Read 2636 times)

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Suggestion: Fixes for Huion?
« on: February 06, 2020, 10:15:43 PM »
Um so... I got a Huion Kamvas 12 yesterday. And I've been exhausting myself trying to get it to work right for Sai 2. Thing is, the stabilizer seemed to treat it more like I was using a mouse (massive lag, the line didn't start where it should and never got to the end where the cursor was.

https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/538157789273391116/674967710433542144/unknown.png?width=705&height=225

You can kinda see the issue if I mention I made only totally sharp turns in the triangles or got the cursor to the line's starting point for those circles with the gap.

Someone linked me a patched version of Sai 1, and it was called "PaintTool SAI English" so... I'm guessing it came from here? I'd link the patched version but I think it's cracked (I do have a lisence btw) and the stabilizer worked exactly like it would for a wacom product. So it is possible to fix sai for Huion users. maybe I could link if I take out the liscence file or whatever makes it not turn into a trial mode. Would it be "cv_0000.cid" or something like that?

So maybe it might be worth looking into patching PTS2 to work better with non-wacom things. I think things like Huion are picking up in populariy (for a start, about five times as affordable as Wacom products...)

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Re: Suggestion: Fixes for Huion?
« Reply #1 on: September 04, 2020, 05:55:22 PM »
This might not be a problem with SAI, but a problem with drivers. If you have both Wacom and Huion drivers installed on your computer, they cancel each other out and mess with each other unfortunately. I have a Huion Kamvas and a Wacom Intuos Pro, and without uninstalling one of the drivers, neither work at all with SAI, SAI2, Clip Studio Paint, or OpenCanvas - a few other people I've seen online have had the same issue and come to the same conclusion.

Sadly there isn't a solution right now other than having to uninstall and reinstall drivers whenever switching tablet, but... hopefully someday the drivers for each once mess with each other.