Mac OS X 10.4.7 Special Report: Two-finger click functionality now enabled on 15" MacBook Pros, PowerBooks

Mac OS X 10.4.7 Special Report: Two-finger click functionality now enabled on 15" MacBook Pros, PowerBooks

A feature previously available only on the 17" MacBook Pro and 13" MacBook -- allowing the user to place both fingers on the trackpad then click in order to register a secondary or "right" click -- is now available on 15" MacBook Pro models and some other PowerBooks under Mac OS X 10.4.7.

MacFixIt reader Wade writes:

"Seems to be enabled on my Powerbook 12" now,too."

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