- Created on 27 Apr 2013
- Last Updated on 27 Apr 2013
Today we got an unusual support request. Suke was complaining that the Magic Trackpad does a secondary (right) click on a one finger tap and a normal (left) click on a two finger tap. It turned out Suke has swapped the mouse buttons in the Windows settings as she uses her mouse on the left hand and the Magic Trackpad on the right hand.
As a side node: I use the Magic Trackpad with the left hand and a Wacom tablet with pen simultaneously on the right hand, so I never came across this issue.
As Windows sees the Magic Trackpad as another mouse you can change the swapped button settings in Windows only globaly and not per device (you might have a Logitech mouse where you possibly can adjust this setting indivdually).
I did a bit of research and voilà there is a great little tool called EitherMouse which swaps the buttons (and cursor) on the fly for each individual mouse! It even works with more than two mice!
- Created on 15 Mar 2013
- Last Updated on 17 Mar 2013
With Apple OS X Mountain Lion comes a new BootCamp 5.0 Windows driver package. According to Apples official website it supports only Windows 7 and Windows 8, 64bit versions only! So no more 32bit driver versions for Windows.
- Created on 25 Aug 2012
- Last Updated on 26 Aug 2012
We really would love to, but there is a fundamental issue. Apple is obviously not interested to add more than basic multi-touch support to Windows.
- Created on 13 Aug 2011
- Last Updated on 17 Aug 2012
With Apple OS X Lion comes a new BootCamp 4.0 Windows driver package. It's not offical for download on Apples BootCamp webpage, but Lion users can download it already as part of the BootCamp installer. The download is 630 MB in Apples PKG format which eventually contains an ISO image with all drivers for all Windows drivers for Macs.
- Created on 22 May 2011
- Last Updated on 02 Jan 2012
While doing some research on the multi-touch capabilities of the Magic Trackpad I found this page. It basically gives you instructions on how to test multi-touch in the latest Ubuntu 11.04 release.
You don't need to be a Linux expert:
- Created on 17 Apr 2011
- Last Updated on 17 Apr 2011
Today Paul wrote:
"In the late 90’s, I bought a Rio, one of the first MP3 players. But the maker didn’t provide a driver for NT4 Workstation. So I got on Google and found that some German guy had written an NT driver for the Rio.