Tablet Monitors using when using Dual Monitors/Extended Display. Reaching out for answers?

Hello all, I had some questions about tablet monitors in extended display mode and if their connectivity has improved with the software. For anyone who does not know: Some users have purchased tablet monitor displays from various companies: Yiynova, Ugee, Huion, Bosto , XP-Pen and Wacom. The idea is that the tablet monitor becomes the main work area for drawing within the program while the other monitor would be use to extend the user interface. The idea is to make the tablet monitor a bit roomier while leaving other parts that may clutter the work area, to the side. The main idea of course is to improve the artists’ work flow. Upon purchasing said displays there are usually some issue. The cursor will draw, far off from when the pen was placed and other misalignment issues making the dual monitor set up less than desired.

Hello SolomonShawn,

In most cases, the way to fix this issue is the following:

“Please try opening Harmony, going to your Advanced Preferences and toggle “Use Qt Wintab Tablet Support” and then apply the change. You’ll need to restart Harmony afterwards. If this does not work, we recommend making sure all of your computer drivers are up to date and, if they are, uninstalling and re-installing your pen drivers just to be safe.”

Please let us know if the above steps fix a majority of the problems you are encountering.

That issue might also happen when Windows sets your tablet screen to 125%, for instance. Windows seems to do that automatically when you connect a screen that it considers to be too small to be at 100% scaling, like a 13" tablet monitor. It should be set to 100%.