No option to perform scrolling with stylus
Currently using stylus with various applications still require using finger for scrolling. This is necessary because scrollbar is too small in some applications, for example navigation in Gnome Control Center with stylus is impossible on small screens (such as 7-8 inch tablets) and awkward on bigger screens (such as 10-12 tablets). It's just easier to use finger for scrolling in such cases, however this is not much convenient too because in this case user need to still hold stylus and scroll with finger at the same time (so, again awkward).
Solution for this would be - let user perform scrolling with stylus (preferably by default, but at least option that switch on/off this behavior is fine too). I have to note that I mean not "scroll when user hold some button on stylus" but "scroll when user touches the screen surface with stylus and move it", just like we scroll web pages (or in Gnome Control Center/Gedit/etc.) with fingers now. To make this feature work interpretation of stylus events also need to be modified to make click and selection work in the same way it currently work with touchscreen events.
This feature request filled here as was recommended by libwacom developers. This behavior is already supported by Wacom drivers for Windows. This behavior is also default in Windows 10.