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Newbie - How to scroll a website with my pen

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Newbie - How to scroll a website with my pen

Postby uzapuca » Sat 7. Apr 2018, 16:43

Hi guys,

I am new to my Intuos pen and touch tablet. I am trying to replace my mouse because of wrist pain and using the tablet as the only input device not only in Illustrator and Photoshop but also for Finder, Folders, Webs, etc.

My tablet is smart so if i scroll with my fingers it will move up and down a website. However i was wondering if i can use the pen or pen with some modifier to be able to scroll up and down a website. It is faster than dropping the pen, scrolling with fingers and then grabbing the pen again.

Any tips or ideas? i bet i can configure it some way.


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Re: Newbie - How to scroll a website with my pen

Postby wacom1 » Sun 8. Apr 2018, 06:35

In the current tablet driver (for Windows) one pen button is set to scroll. Press the button and move the pen up or down - you don't have to move the pen to the scroll bar and you can also control scrollspeed with the pen.

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Re: Newbie - How to scroll a website with my pen

Postby uzapuca » Sun 8. Apr 2018, 12:15

Thanks for the fast reply. Can i also do that in current tablet driver for Mac? I do not have Windows.

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