Boot camp, macbook - Two finger scroll, no right click

Discussion in 'Windows, Linux & Others on the Mac' started by psychofreak, Nov 11, 2006.

  1. psychofreak Retired


    May 16, 2006
    As the title says, I have a macbok, with bootcamp 1.1.2 installed, two finger scroll works, right click does not (ctrl+click, or two finger). Help please.

    Also, tap click does not work
  2. aaronfzr macrumors regular

    Oct 4, 2006
    In the same situation - have 1.1.2 C2D MBP, but no right-click joy in Windows - have been told that Fn+click or right-ctrl+click = right click, but doesn't seem to be happening. It works OK with my bluetooth mighty mouse, but can't get the trackpad happening.

    I also find that windows or perhaps just the mouse seems to freeze up for a few seconds now and then....think there is a graphics driver problem perhaps. Annoying during games or even general use.
  3. ipaqowner macrumors regular

    Sep 16, 2006
    Try "Under Boot Camp beta 1.1.1 you can right click in XP if you hold down the right Apple key and then click"

    and I can report it works for me...yay.
  4. freeorangeshoes macrumors member

    Dec 27, 2004
    im having the same problem with my c2b mpb. i can scroll, but no right clicking. i have one usb device that shows up with the exclamation point (i think its the IR thing for front row). ive also got a pci device that has the exclamation point. any ideas?
  5. freeorangeshoes macrumors member

    Dec 27, 2004
    i just figured something out (after reading the readme...go figure). right clicking on notebooks is only supported by keeping two fingers on the trackpad and clicking. cant use CTRL (yet, i guess).

    scrolling seems to be pretty temperamental using the trackpad. hopefully that will get worked out later on.
  6. ipaqowner macrumors regular

    Sep 16, 2006
    Same here but everything is working so it doesn't bother me.
    Did you try the right-click method I posted?
  7. freeorangeshoes macrumors member

    Dec 27, 2004
    yeah, doesnt work for me. ive only got an alt and option on the left side of my mpb 15".

    for two finger scrolling, i find that keeping the right finger stationary and moving the left one up and down works best. in os x, you can move them both at once and it still works. just one more reason os x is a better system.
  8. ipaqowner macrumors regular

    Sep 16, 2006
    It isn't the alt/option's the apple key to the right of the spacebar key, hold that down and with the click you a right-click menu.
  9. drval macrumors member

    Oct 19, 2006
    us, two finger scrolling actually DOES work, at least for me, on MBP wth BC v1.1.2. Perhaps it's because I'm not biased against XP and it's intelligent enough to detect that and respond accordingly? ;-)

    Can we PLEASE stop with the "Mac OS is better" noise? Everyone has an opinion -- just like a nose -- but we don't have to get into yours even tough you have picked it for whatever reason you have chosen to do so.

    As Joe Friday might have said it: "Just the facts, maam".
  10. farqueue macrumors 6502


    Jun 18, 2006
  11. ipaqowner macrumors regular

    Sep 16, 2006
    What doesn't?
  12. apachie2k macrumors 6502


    May 23, 2006
    was MIAMI
    you have to be joking, the two finger scrolling is so much better on mac, OK??? it's not biased its fact. On windows, it get very jumpy and you is not as fluid.
  13. lenojd macrumors newbie

    Nov 17, 2006
  14. drval macrumors member

    Oct 19, 2006
    Are you using the right APPLE key and a click? It also works with two fingers on the trackpad and a click.
  15. rx4oblivion macrumors newbie

    Nov 15, 2008
    Odd solution

    I had the same problem as a few others here, couldn't right click with the 2 finger click feature on the trackpad, despite having that feature selected and applied through the Boot Camp Control Panel in XP.

    For the MacBook Pro trackpad:

    1) "Tap to click" will NOT work for a right click on the trackpad; you must depress the the pad fully for a mechanical click.

    2) For reasons that are far beyond my ability to discern, you can reliably get a right click by holding not 2 but 3 fingers on the track pad while giving it a mechanical click.

    Don't ask me why this works, but it does.
  16. troublesomekila macrumors member

    Oct 21, 2008
    yea 3 fingers for a right click, kinda sucks when playing games like CoD, I hope they update it for 2 fingers = right click or use the bottom right....

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