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Help me with a gesture please


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On my IMac at home I have the Magic mouse and trackpad, on a web site I can hold two fingers side by side and spread them apart making the wed page fill the screen, I just picked up my Fire Dept. Chief a new IMac and didn't get a trackpad (he's tight) and I can not for the life of me figure out how to make the page fill the screen and I don't want to use the function that does the whole screen zoom either. Please help me as this is probable simple
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I think you'll need Better Touch Tool to perform that trackpad gesture with the Magic Mouse. Introducing: Pinch to zoom for Magic Mouse » BetterTouchTool, BetterSnapTool & SecondBar I really think that gesture is much better suited for the trackpad though - he should just go ahead and spring for one.
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I think you'll need Better Touch Tool to perform that trackpad gesture with the Magic Mouse. Introducing: Pinch to zoom for Magic Mouse » BetterTouchTool, BetterSnapTool & SecondBar I really think that gesture is much better suited for the trackpad though - he should just go ahead and spring for one.
Thanks, kinda what I figured but though I'd ask anyway.
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