There is no doubt that macbooks just have the best trackpads, fullstop. They're so good, and work so well with OSX that I'd consider buying and external trackpad over a mouse to accompany an iMac. But one thing is driving me nuts: the right click behaviour in chrome. Sometimes when I right click I get the context menu, sometimes I get tabs opening in a new window (which is the option I prefer) and sometimes I get a left click behaviour. It seems the very very bottom right corner is the actual 'right click' area, and the whole right side is another different type of right click. There seems to be multiple areas that can be clicked - but I cannot replicate any issue or feature, it all seems random. This is not a settings issue within the browser as I've troubleshot it, and my system preferences are set to 'click in bottom right corner'. These trackpads work brilliantly, and are very intelligent, more intelligent than me it seems. Can anyone clarify - what is the secret of the trackpad?