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Right-Click XP Utility?


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I'm running XP on my MacBook Pro to run some games. I have a USB trackball installed so I can right-click, but would prefer to click-and-hold (or some other option supported by the hardware of my MBP). Are there any utilities that exist for XP that would allow this?
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