Macs introduced the world to a variety of useful computer-using techniques. However, many users find one of these advancements to be unclear. The right-click button is strangely absent from Apple trackpads and mice.
The action known as a “control-click” or a “secondary click,” which is the same as a right-click, can be carried out in a number of different ways.
- With Two Fingers in Contact, Click with The Thumb.
Your brave blogger starts a right click in this manner. In order to do a right-click, I just place my middle finger next to my index finger, which is normally moving the mouse around the touchpad while my thumb waits to click.
I use it because it involves the least amount of movement from my typical mousing-and-clicking stance; my thumb and index finger stay in place, so I just have to move my middle finger to the trackpad’s surface.
2. Click with Two Fingers
You can simply click the trackpad with your two fingers instead of placing two fingers on it and right-clicking with your thumb.
3. Assign the Bottom-Right Corner
You can designate the bottom-left corner of the screen as a right-click zone in System Preferences if the two-finger right-click techniques feel odd to you. From the Apple menu, select System Preferences and then select Trackpad.
After that, select the Secondary click option from the Point & Click menu item at the top. It can be configured to click in the bottom-right corner instead of the two fingers it clicks with by default.
4. Assign the Bottom-Left Corner
Change the bottom-right corner to the bottom-left corner as shown above.
5. Click the Trackpad While Holding Down the Control Key
The last option takes two hands, but if you want to use your other hand to right-click as well, you may do so by holding down the Control key while using the trackpad.
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