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Hi! In this video I will show you guys some tips for your trackpad. So, most of you do not know the only thing in the upper trackpad, we move the cursor and click and there is no right key click or scrolls but this way, you can get it. So while you do this you go to system preference, you then go to your doc if you have it in your doc or I would go to system right here then system preference.
Now, you go to show or that is where you will go in so show. Go to hardware and keyboard and mouse this way click it. Then go up to here keyboard trackpad mouse, Bluetooth keyboard shortcuts, go to trackpad so you just choose your tracking speed and double click speed, scroll in speed.
So, while you are going, make sure you have this, use two fingers to scroll on the horizontal scrolling, zoom while holding, make sure you click off those and choose all things. I just used the control and clicking. You can click with your trackpad and let us just click like you are doing on your trackpad.
Dragging, double click and drag. I do not use that because, somehow, I get annoyed. Tap trackpad using two fingers while seeking the right click so while it does this, I am just going to zoom out a bit. So what you need is the first one, second one, third one, fourth one and skip those two.
Then so the first on, use two fingers to scroll up so you go to any place. What you do now, is you put two fingers on there, so two fingers on there and scroll down, up. I will put my mouse here so that you can see I am not using my mouse up, down, up, down, down, down, up, okay. Next one is just show you if you go to keyboard shortcuts, you can zoom with keys and the keyboard.
But if you want to zoom with your fingers like what I just did before, what you do is you can use your mouse or your trackpad. If you use your trackpad, you need to use two fingers too so you hold down the key. I say Ctrl, two fingers so zoom in, zoom out, zoom in, zoom out then the next tip is two fingers for double click so most of you should know there is no double click on here. The only two ways you can do is, the three ways, the mouse the control click, double click or the last one I just told you is two fingers, tap it, you see that. Two fingers tap it. There it is so that is a tip for your trackpad. Thanks for watching, see you next time.