Using pen as cursor?
I know this is probably not an intuitive title (if anyone has a better post title, I'm all ears) but let me explain.
I have Windows 10 Laptop and Windows 11 Desktop PC I recently bought. Both have different behavior of the cursor pen. In Win11 PC, as soon as I touch the display tab and move the pen away, the cursor reset to the top left of monitor 1. While in my Win 10 Laptop, it behaves as if the cursor move to the Monitor 2 (the display tab) and does not reset, it stays there. Is there any way to keep the latter behavior in my Win 11 PC?
I'm using mouse scroll to zoom in/out because it is smoother (smaller 18% zoom changes per scroll tick instead of 50% value changes using the shortcut). But because the mouse cursor keeps resetting at the top left of monitor 1, I can't use it efficiently without moving the cursor back to monitor 2.