I am starting remote tutoring this week, using an online whiteboard program such as Twiddla. I recently purchased a set of capacitive styluses to use with a Windows touchscreen tablet I own (currently running Windows 8 CP, but I'm not opposed to switching to Windows 7 for this).
The problem is that when using an online whiteboard program through any of the 3 major browsers (IE, Firefox, Chrome), the touch is interpreted as a scroll action rather than as the mouse drag action that would allow me to draw. Instead of being able to write equations, I find myself simply dragging the contents of the window around.
Is there a way to cause the touch input to register in the same way that mouse input or a digitizer pen would?