Package Details: huiontablet v15.0.0.121.202301131103-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/huiontablet.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: huiontablet
Description: Official Huion tablet drivers
Upstream URL: https://www.huion.com/download/
Keywords: drivers huion tablet
Licenses: unknown
Submitter: waicool20
Maintainer: waicool20
Last Packager: waicool20
Votes: 9
Popularity: 2.14
First Submitted: 2022-05-01 06:03 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-02-05 01:16 (UTC)

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waicool20 commented on 2022-11-20 09:09 (UTC) (edited on 2023-02-05 01:22 (UTC) by waicool20)

Seems like there's a new version v15.0.0.103.202208301443 @ https://www.huion.com/dowload/driver-update-log.html

But it is only compatible with a select few new devices, lock the huiontablet package to v15.0.0.89.202205241352 if you're not using one of those I guess.

I'll probably split this package up if more releases like this with different device support continue. (Huion please make this easier for me)

20230204-EDIT: Added v15.0.0.107.202209081050 and v15.0.0.121.202301131103, once again compatibility among devices seems to be iffy, check the driver update log and see which one works best for you. Also god dammit Huion, why are you silently changing peoples wayland sessions to x11, and the script they wrote only works on GDM!!

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GoodScopez42069 commented on 2023-02-02 21:29 (UTC) (edited on 2023-02-02 21:30 (UTC) by GoodScopez42069)

I installed v15.0.0.89.202205241352 and in the 'Working Area' page in the gui I can't see my displays and there is no way to actually change the working area. It just defaults to my full primary display.

SuperTort0ise commented on 2023-01-18 08:08 (UTC)

I have a H320M and I was having a lot of problems with .103 and .89 but I tried .121 and everything works now, hopefully they'll fix other tablets soon.

CocaineJohnsson commented on 2023-01-17 07:35 (UTC)

Driver has issues with not mapping screens correctly, don't know if it only affects pen displays and/or if it's configuration dependent.

In my case I have 3x screens connected via DP and a Huion Kamvas 24 Plus (GS2402) connected via HDMI/USB using the 3-way splitter cable (my GPU does not, sadly, have USB-C output, if it did that'd be 4x DP which may potentially work better)

In my case it will only map to the primary display, mirroring the primary display to the tablet is not an option due to different resolution.

I'd be interested to see if anyone got tablet area mapping to work correctly on a multi-monitor setup, and if so how your setup differs from mine. (it would obviously work correctly on a single monitor setup since it maps to the full screenrect of your primary display, and mapping parts of the tablet appears to work correctly (though with the caveat that it only goes to the primary monitor)

Oh and .121 is the newest version, I can confirm it works for my kamvas but it didn't resolve my mapping issue, so I'm going back to opentabletdriver (if your tablet isn't supported and the huion driver isn't working well for you, consider writing a config for it. It's very likely to work after that, though opentabletdriver doesn't appear to have any pressure mapping tools, at least not natively -- there may be a plugin for it, I haven't checked).

.121 is too new right now and doesn't have a driver update log yet, maybe because of Chinese new years.

FraYoshi commented on 2022-12-21 17:42 (UTC) (edited on 2022-12-21 17:45 (UTC) by FraYoshi)

@devilmaycryyyy, I also have a HS64 and I can map all the buttons, included the ones of the pen. Now, I am using the version 15.0.0.89 as in my previous comment. Maybe the problem is with 15.0.0.103 also for the HS64! Give the old driver a shot!

And @xbelanch , it installs for me.. and I also use UTF-8, in particular I have set en_US.UTF-8 for all except for LC_TIME which I have as ja_JP.UTF-8.

xbelanch commented on 2022-12-20 21:29 (UTC)

Can't install huiontablet-v15.0.0.103.202208301443-1 it throws this error:

: Can't translate pathname 'usr/lib/huiontablet/res/DevImg/HUION_M184/按键1.png' to UTF-8: Can't translate pathname 'usr/lib/huiontablet/res/DevImg/HUION_M184/按键2-3.png' to UTF-8: Can't translate pathname 'usr/lib/huiontablet/res/DevImg/HUION_M184/按键5.png' to UTF-8

devilmaycryyyy commented on 2022-12-17 21:05 (UTC)

i an using this driver for my hs64 tablet but it doesnot let me change the button mapping it sticks to default setting please tell how to fix this

Jay commented on 2022-12-14 18:58 (UTC) (edited on 2022-12-14 19:06 (UTC) by Jay)

Neither the older (...1352) nor the newest (...1443) versions allow me to change the monitor my tablet surface (HS64) maps to.
On the ...1352 version, it maps to the entire surface of both monitors.
On the ...1443 version, it maps to the monitor xrandr sets as primary. EDIT: Changing primary monitors in xrandr is only detected once the huiontablet program is restarted as well.

Screenshot of the window: screenshot (edit: link) EDIT: added log for the ...1443 version on pastebin

FraYoshi commented on 2022-12-12 12:46 (UTC) (edited on 2022-12-12 13:15 (UTC) by FraYoshi)

In case you are using like me a GT-221 Kamvas Pro 22 (8192), as the maintainer mentioned, the new driver (15.0.0.103) causes the pen monitor to work badly. Only solution I found is to return to the old fashioned way: xinput

Steps for the above pen monitor specifically under xorg not sure about wayland:

Close the Tablet software to regain control then run

xinput map-to-output $(xinput | grep "HID 256c:006e Pen Pen (0)" | sed 's/^.*id=\([0-9]*\)[ \t].*$/\1/') <monitor>

Note: you need to touch the tablet with the pen in order to have the Pen Pen (0) to show up in the xinput . To find the monitor, use xrandr --listmonitors value is s.thing like HDMI-# just search for the name and add everything to your source files, I suggest an alias for the command ^^ For other tablets, just search for the right Pen by invoking xinput. This only addresses the mapping, not sensibility.

Another solution is to download the previous driver from their website at your tablet's page and use the ./install.sh it comes by. This effectively re-installs the latest working version (15.0.0.89 in my case)

video describing the issue with 15.0.0.103: https://youtu.be/kPCaT7v2v18

waicool20 commented on 2022-12-06 19:19 (UTC)

@nicolas_auler Seems like it can't find the basic_string function? I think thats from gcc-libs package, tell me if it works and I can add it as a dependency

nicolas_auler commented on 2022-12-06 18:21 (UTC) (edited on 2022-12-06 18:22 (UTC) by nicolas_auler)

Currently have installed huiontablet v15.0.0.103.202208301443-1 in my arch, however I've been getting the following message:

/usr/lib/huiontablet/huiontablet: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/huiontablet/huiontablet: undefined symbol: _ZNSt7__cxx1112basic_stringIcSt11char_traitsIcESaIcEEixEm, version Qt_5

Has anyone had the same problem? I haven't been able to use the package.