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One thing to try is to change the scale factor of your laptop to 100%:
- Go to Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Display
Change the slider to "Smaller"
Log out and then back in to try it out.
When you test for updates, are you using Windows Update, or going directly to Hulon's website: http://www.huiontablet.com/download/
Thank you for the reply, but I've already tried that and it doesn't seem to help :/ My updates come directly from Huion's website.
I found a temporary, albeit annoying, fix. When I set my tablet to work across both of my monitors it seems to work. The problem is that the x-axis scale is waaaaaaay out of proportion, but at least it is drawing underneath the cursor now.
Any idea why this problem only happen in Photoshop and not other applications?
I have this problem too - also using the Huion 610PRO with Photoshop CC.
Everything works fine in Illustrator, but the brush is completely off in Photoshop. Pen tool seems to work fine for some inexplicable reason.
same problem here
I have a dual monitor display. I have found that if I switch to a single display (or "clone" display)' it corrects the problem.
Not an ideal solution, but at least the tablet now works!
Are you still facing this issue? Could you please check for the tablet drivers update with the manufacturer and let us know if that helps.
I had the same problem (cloning offset) but found a solution that worked for me. My problem occurred when I was editing a photo with Adobe Photoshop CS6 from Lightroom 6.0. The problem occurred when I used "Edit a Copy with Lightroom Adjustment". When I instead clicked on the second option "Edit a Copy", the clone offset was gone. This fixed the problem when I was using a second monitor.
Hope this gives you a clue on how to fix your issue.