Discussion in 'Microsoft Windows 7' started by tabletdummy, Feb 7, 2013.
As in the title, is there a way to do Ctrl-Click without the keyboard? Thanks!
if you have a wacom pen, just go in the control panel,in the wacom pen tablet properties, and you can configure youpen button(s) to shift, alt, or ctrl your pen.
Edit: never mind, the answer below is for Win8.
If I'm not mistaken you can show the full keyboard (instead of simplified touch), and use the keys on that as modifiers. To access that keyboard you go to start, show charms, tap personalization at the bottom, go to general, and under 'touch keyboard' turn on 'make standard keyboard layout available'.
With these settings I'm able to 'ctrl-tap'.
It's N-Trig. I will look into if there is a control panel for it. Thanks!
My answer is not for windows 8 only, but for seven too, and perhaps XP, but I never owned XP wacompen enabled XP tablet
Well the N-Trig only has the two options: right-click and eraser.
Hi, try this (Modlock) or you can make couple of keys with autohotkey.
But this is nice,small, and can customize up to 4 other keys.
Modlock ---- is here:
Thank you so much for the great program ModLock! In addition to the control-click, I can use the additional custom keys as well! Thanks again!
Does anyone know where to find Modlock? Shepy's site doesn't seem to host the file anymore and I've been scouring the net for the last couple of hours trying to find it. I used to use it on my old HP Tx2 and want to use it on my Toshiba M750.
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