MACBOOK JUNKIE’S TWO FINGERS SECONDARY TAP SETTING: ON
The Trackpad Two Fingers Secondary Tap setting allows you to perform a right-click action by simultaneously tapping two fingers on the trackpad. Unlike the One Finger Secondary Click, you are not required to press down on the trackpad.
I much prefer the Two Fingers Secondary Tap setting over One Finger Secondary Click simply because I don’t like the action of pressing down on my trackpad.
You can see Apple’s video example of Two Fingers Secondary Tap by hovering over the Two Fingers Secondary Tap option in your Trackpad Preferences Pane.
TO ENABLE TWO FINGERS SECONDARY TAP:
2. Click the Two Fingers Secondary Tap box so the checkmark appears.
TO DISABLE TWO FINGERS SECONDARY TAP:
2. Click the Two Fingers Secondary Tap box so the checkmark is removed.
Now that you have established your Two Fingers Secondary Tap setting, you can decide if you want to enable the Three Fingers Swipe/Three Fingers Dragging setting or adjust any of these other trackpad settings:
- Tracking Speed
- Double-Click Speed
- Scrolling Speed
- One Finger Tap to Click
- One Finger Dragging
- One Finger Drag Lock
- One Finger Secondary Click
- Two Fingers Scroll
- Two Fingers Rotate
- Two Fingers Pinch Open & Close
- Two Fingers Screen Zoom
- Four Fingers Swipe Up/Down for Expose
- Four Fingers Swipe Left/Right to Switch Applications