I’d like to use my iPad (Wacom Cintiq-style) for the occasional simple freehand work in Mac apps like Photoshop. I’d use VNC to show the Mac’s screen on the iPad (the slight lag is fine for my purposes). I love iTeleport, and use it to control my Mac all the time, BUT the two ways it handles dragging are not suitable for drawing: 1. You can move the cursor trackpad-style. Great for non-drawing purposes. or 2. You can enable Touchscreen mode, and directly touch with a finger (or stylus) the spot you want. Sounds great... except it cannot DRAG unless you do an extra tap first. (Just like dragging on a trackpad.) Without the extra tap, it thinks you want to pan the image. I did try painting with Photoshop via iTeleport, consciously doing that extra tap before each stroke, and the experiment proved the concept of what I want to do... but I have to get rid of that extra tap! Thanks for any leads.