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Archive for March 9th, 2016

by Tom Nelson

The glass trackpad on a new MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air is certainly fun to play with in the store. An Apple salesperson will quickly show you how to scroll, zoom, and right-click. But once you get your new Mac notebook home, some of the things you remember doing in the store may not seem to work the same way.

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Image courtesy of Apple

It’s not you, but it’s not really the Apple salesperson’s fault, either. The difficulty lies in how a Mac is configured by default vs. the way most people end up configuring the trackpad. If you would like a few tips on configuring your trackpad, or you just wonder whether there’s an option or two you may have overlooked, read on.

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