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    Macbook Trackpad to Open New Window or Tab
    Is there a way to open a new window/tab with your trackpad rather then hitting command-T?

    Thanks!

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    Take a look at this. You'll still have to push command/command-shift though.
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    Assuming you're talking about Safari... if you already have more than one tab open, you can click on the "+" in the upper right corner of the window to open more tabs.
    Or click on File>New Tab.

    Other than that, I don't know of any gestures to open a new tab.
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    I never noticed the "+" in the upper right corner. That's convenient enough.

    Thank You

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