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Is there a 2 button mouse available for Macs? Right clicking seems convenient to me.
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yeah, pretty much any USB mouse will work with mac no drivers necessary.
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I'd personally reccomend the Microsoft Optical Wheel Mouse. It's 20 USD at any place you would find one, and it has left, right, and a scroll wheel (with middle button functionality). Very high quality!
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This is the one that I use:

mouse and webcam

On that page from the post that I did is a couple links that shows the mouse. Plus it has kensingtons cool mouse software that allows you to program all the buttons
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