|May 13, 2010, 07:46 PM||#26|
Control + Shift + Left-Click.
Current: MBP 15" 2.8 Ghz, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB HD ; iPhone 4, 32 GB, awaiting Jailbreak...
Past: PowerBook G4 15" 1.67; iPhone 8GB (now iPod Touch); iPhone 3G & 3GS, Jb'd and Unlocked
|Mar 13, 2011, 01:14 PM||#27|
I am using a macbook pro / Windows 7 with bootcamp.
If everything is installed right, here's how to activate the right-click for your trackpad without installing any third party software.
In windows 7
- Open control panel
- Click Security & Systems (I am using a french version of Windows 7, so it might not be the good translation)
- at the end, click on Bootcamp
- A new window open...
- Click on Trackpad tab
- On the left side (1 finger), click on secondary click.
if you cannot find this, as default, right click is done with 2 fingers on the trackpad + 1 click
Hope this help some of you guys. I was looking for this for hours.
|Aug 21, 2011, 05:03 PM||#28|
right click boot camp configure
hi, I had the same problem. in the boot camp control panel I dont have the "trackpad" button, but the problem was in the language of the windows (i have czech version). I have a windows 7 and I download the english language for it. Then I reinstall the bootcamp and now I have the trackpad option there. Bluetooth is working now too. I have the 1st generation of MacBook White. Trackpad is working fine now.. Bye
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