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Scrolling with pen (and keyboard button)

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Macol123
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Joined: Fri 9. Feb 2018, 09:25

Scrolling with pen (and keyboard button)

Postby Macol123 » Fri 9. Feb 2018, 09:41

Hi,
Does anyone know that is it possible to scroll with a pen by pressing some button on the keyboard?
I've tried to scroll with touch by hand, pen with pen button, pen with express key (in the tablet) and these methods are very impractical.

I try to completely replace the mouse with this pen+tablet and only weak part is this scrolling on the websites. Mouse have that super easy scroll wheel...

It would be perfect if I can press for example CTRL+A (or other key combination) and use the pen for scrolling.
Many Thanks :)

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