I recently bought the Surface Pro 3 and noticed a very annoying problem concerning all applications that do not yet support touch input.
For example: The note taking application "Evernote" does not support scrolling by touch input, so it is neccassary to use the sidebars for scrolling which makes Evernote practically unuseable without a mouse with a mouse wheel (lot of Evernote users complain about this on Evernote forums but have not yet found a solution.)
The same problem is present in other applications that don't support touch input yet.
On the other hand, everything works fine if I use a mouse wheel for scrolling but what is the point of having a touch screen if you are forced to use a mouse for scrolling?
I am wondering if there is a way to send mouse wheel scrolling events to an application (in this example to Evernote) by using the touch screen only?
For example by swiping with two/three fingers up and down ?
Any ideas? With some custom software perhaps? Like AutoHotkey, or something similar?
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