aalexx wrote:Any word on getting a “Scroll (Legacy)...” option as well?
As previously mentioned, the Scroll setting seems to work better than Pan/Scroll in some applications.
was developed as a new feature for the current Intuos tablets 2 years ago and never moved the cursor while active. There are no plans to add the "legacy" cursor behavior to any other features.
In the video you are using the Pan/Scroll...
feature which pan left and right or scroll up and down depending on the movement of your pen on the tablet surface. The fact that panning didn't work in a near-four year old driver means that panning has been fixed to work as intended with the current driver.
If this doesn't suit you, there's a couple of options: The option of using Scroll...
, or stopping the driver service and modify the AppGestures file to remove the Pan definitions before starting up the driver again. Scroll...
is a simple workaround, but the behavior of the feature isn't the same, it works like middle click in a web browser where it will continue to scroll until the pen returns to the point of origin.
If you would prefer the behavior of Pan/Scroll...
but without the "Pan" function in Excel, you can to try the following steps:
1. Open the Windows Services and stop the Wacom Tablet Professional Service.
2. Navigate to %programfiles%/Tablet/Wacom and open the AppGestures.xml file.
3. Search the file for Excel or any other program they wish to modify this behavior.
4. Find the <PanLeft> and <PanRight> definitions and delete them.
5. Save and close the AppGestures.xml file.
6. In Windows Services start the Wacom Tablet Professional Service.
This file will be removed on uninstall, and it is modified in newer driver versions to fine tune existing shortcuts and add definitions for new programs.
I understand this is probably frustrating but I hope you understand there have been others using this panning behavior in Excel for almost four years and it doesn't seem to be a common complaint.