I know about Is it possible to change the application opened by the Surface Pro 3's pen button? which covers what happens with a single click of the purple pen button. However I just read a review of the Surface 4 pen which reveals that double clicking the pen button takes a screenshot. I just tested with my Surface 3 and its pen, and this works, sort of.
- It does the same as Shift-PrtScrn, which is to say full screen, not just the active window (Alt-PrtScrn gets the active window) and if you have multiple screens, all of them
- it seems to leave you in a kind of weird state until you click the button once more to launch OneNote
As such it's less useful than knowing the Type Cover shortcut for a screen print (AltFnSpace if you were wondering). But if I could adjust it to do the AltPrtScrn thing, and not have to launch OneNote afterwards, that would be ok by me.
So: how can I control the double click action of the Surface Pen purple button, ideally for my Surface 3?