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I am running Windows 7 on a Mac via bootcamp.

I find the double finger press right click very frustrating (it works fine in OSX) because it comes up when I don't want it to. Especially when trying to use scroll bars.

I looked at the Boot Camp settings in the Control Panel and their is an option to turn off 2 finger right click. However, when I turn it off, there is no other way for me to right click.

I tried option+click and it does not work. Can it be enabled or is there another way?

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This is not exactly option+click, but if you are using the BootCamp Lion drivers, shift+F10 should work. Again, this is not exactly a natural click/keystroke. I'll keep looking around for some more suggestions!

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