The X200 tablet has neither a NavDial (like the X60t if I'm not mistaken) nor scroll up/down buttons (like the x41t). So, how to scroll in tablet mode, especially in Windows OneNote?
Option 1: using the fingerprint scanner to scroll. Anyone have this working? I have yet to give it a try. Some info here might be relevant:
Option 2: using pen flicks. I believe I enabled these, but they do not seem to work in OneNote. They sort of work in Internet Explorer, however. Ideas?
Option 3: remapping the buttons. As described
url: lenovoblogs.com/insidethebox/?p=156#comment-54170 , it is possible to remap the 4 buttons, either just by reassigning their behavior or by making them behave differently for long presses vs. short.
I have the long press set to the original behaviors for lock and menu and the short press set to up and down. One bizarre complication I ran into was that the command for "lock" screen has as it's argument /TOGGLE_ON_OFF, but it balks when I set this for the long press (even though it's the default for the short press and I can even reset it for the short press.) So I had to create a file called toggle.bat with the single line:
"C:\Program Files\ThinkPad\Tablet Shortcut\TabletButton.EXE" /TOGGLE_ON_OFF
Any other suggestions?