I went to a new Mac-centric site called My First Mac and found these instructions for right clicking with a track pad: [color:blue]Apple has long been criticized for making Macs with only one button mice and trackpads, but did you know you can still use a second button to "right-click"? For your new laptop this secondary click is done by tapping two fingers at once. You can enable this by going to System Preferences > Keyboard and Mouse > Trackpad and checking the box next to "Tap trackpad with two fingers for secondary click."</font color=blue>. But my Control Pane has nothing about tapping with two fingers. Is that a MacIntel thing?<br><br>
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SideTrack will give you a load of nice extra trackpad settings on a ppc mac. It even lets you set your trackpad button as ctrl-click, which still isn't an option on intel macs even as a 3rd party app, as far as I know. I used SideTrack very happily until I got my MBP.<br><br>- padmavyuha<br><br>[color:purple]A lopsided man runs best along the little side-hills of success<br>- Frank Moore Colby</font color=purple>
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