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MacBook Pro - Two Finger Double Click on 15" Macbook Pro


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I have a 1.83Ghz 15" Macbook pro. I have heard that the macbooks, and 17" macbook pro's at least have a feature that lets you put two fingers on the trackpad and click to double click.
Has this been implemented into the 15" models yet? How can I get it?
Thanks,
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The only feature the 17" has that the 15" doesn't have is a 17" screen

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The only feature the 17" has that the 15" doesn't have is a 17" screen
And a dual-layer SuperDrive, and FireWire 800 :mac:
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Originally Posted by Bluesmudge
Hi
I have a 1.83Ghz 15" Macbook pro. I have heard that the macbooks, and 17" macbook pro's at least have a feature that lets you put two fingers on the trackpad and click to double click.
Has this been implemented into the 15" models yet? How can I get it?
Thanks,
You mean to "right click" not double click, right? o_0
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