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comment Using touch input to simulate mouse/digitizer input on Windows
Also, thanks for the extra info on logo requirements. I plan on getting a Win8 tablet when they start coming out, so I'll make sure to look for that. I realize that an active digitizer is best for my use case, but with what I've got, I have to choose between a capacitive stylus and an old Wacom Graphire that I happen to have lying around (which I used for my first tutoring session, and it's also a pain to write with).
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comment Using touch input to simulate mouse/digitizer input on Windows
I feel a little silly that the word "panning" was likely what kept me from finding it. Thanks for the hint about the Windows 8 registry -- you're right, there doesn't seem to be an exposed UI to disable panning. For reference, the registry key is HKEY_CURRENT_USER -> Software -> Microsoft -> Wisp -> Touch -> PanningDisabled which should be set to 1. Once this is set, Chrome and Firefox will allow me to draw correctly using a capacitive stylus. Interestingly enough, IE and the rest of the system still pan normally, which I suppose is actually even better for my case.