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    Re: RDP on Mac to a windows machine and right clicking ?

    any chance you can take a screen shot of that so i can see the option you are talking about cos I dont see any options regarding that, maybe im missing something :-S

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    Re: RDP on Mac to a windows machine and right clicking ?

    Apparently there is a contextual application setting for it too- if you look through some of the options in Remote Desktop Application it might be in there somewhere. I'm on my MBP currently and don't have it installed, but if you haven't found it by tomorrow morning I'll give it a try.

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    Re: RDP on Mac to a windows machine and right clicking ?

    ok I have taken some screen shots of each tab of the RDP app in the preferences section ( Or whatever you wanna call it ) along with a screen shot of the tracking pad section in keyboard and mouse system prefs.

    I have been using ctrl + shift and then clicking but apparently just double clicking on my G4 isn't possible from what I can tell , maybe im stuck with using a keyboard command and a click

    They are attached in a zip file as per below
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    Re: RDP on Mac to a windows machine and right clicking ?

    I can't get it to work, might just be me.

    Let me know if this can be done- otherwise the logical solution is to use a mouse.

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    Re: RDP on Mac to a windows machine and right clicking ?

    Here is my screen shot for you, this is in system preferences then keyboard and mouse, makes everything easier, well i am hoping it isn't just a feture of Tiger
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    Re: RDP on Mac to a windows machine and right clicking ?

    Does the Powerbook G4 support two finger scrolling on its trackpad? The macbooks had it built into the trackpad as per the specs on release so it may be the reason why it doesn't work...

    PS have not checked the screenshots yet so it may be listed..

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