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Is there anyway I can right click on a Mac? I found an mp3 link on the internet and I was wondering if there was any way I could save it onto my Mac by just right clicking and saving like you could do on Windows.
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Thank you very much.
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Also, you can go to System Preferences, Keyboard & Mouse, Trackpad and select "Tap trackpad using two fingers for secondary click." Once you've done that, tapping with two fingers simultaneously will give you the equivalent of the right click. Also, you can press the trackpad button while touching the trackpad with two fingers, this also simulates Control+Click to give you a secondary click, bring up context menus, etc.
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what they said
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yea...but i really hate the tap click thing its so annoying. i just use 2 fingers and then click.

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