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

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what are all the gestures you can do with the trackpad? like scrolling, etc.
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Scroll left, right, up & down. Tap, double-tap and drag.
That's it.

You can also set 'hot corners' to activate certain functions (exposé, dashboard) in the system preferences.
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I can also right click with mine, just place two fingers on the trackpad and hit the button and it acts as a right click. This is with iScroll2 though, as my iBook was bought before the newer ones came out.
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So the new ones do have it?

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Yeah the new ones all have this featurel
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