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Recently got a powerbook and it has a huge mouse button. I was wondering if it could some how be set to register different responses if you click on the right or left of it, as these functions are available when you connect a two button mouse. It seems to toggle like that, but I can't say for sure.
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No, you can't do that.
Either use Control + Click or just attach a two-button mouse.

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