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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

Can Powerbook Right Click?


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Vetteman
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I'd like to know if you can get a PowerBook to right click?

It actually has a right click button, but do you need a 3rd party app. to get this to work? Control click requires 2 steps and 2 hands and is highly inefficient for what I do.
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StarDrifter
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If you plug in a 2 button mouse you can use the right mouse button.

If using the trackpad, you just have to press and hold onto the button and the right click menu (if there is one) would come up
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