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CTRL as right click

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Leao16
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Joined: Thu 1. Mar 2018, 08:50

CTRL as right click

Postby Leao16 » Thu 1. Mar 2018, 08:56

I have migrated from Mac to PC and am accustomed to using my Wacom to right-click by hovering over items and pressing the CTRL key (or the Apple key on a Mac).

The CTRL button refuses to work for me in Windows in the same way. CTRL works fine for other actions (selecting objects for example) but right-clicking seems to be impossible. I have configured an ExpressKey to right-click but would prefer to use CTRL if anyone can tell me how to do this?

I have an Intuos tablet running on Win10.

Thanks
L

Leao16
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Joined: Thu 1. Mar 2018, 08:50

Re: CTRL as right click

Postby Leao16 » Sat 3. Mar 2018, 13:03

Hi, it's a shame no-one knows how to do this.

To put it ultra-simply... how can I use my keyboard to right-click? Preferably using the CTRL key.

It's driving me barmy!

Thanks
L


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