Right-clicks from a Mac

Adrian Umpleby a.umpleby "at" ic.ac.uk
Tue, 05 Mar 2002 13:58:00 +0000

>I'm VNCing to a Windows machine from a Mac, and can't find a way of
>sending right-clicks.

It depends which VNC client you are using on the Mac.

If it is the AT&T client, there are a whole host of settings for
key mapping available from the "Global Key Map" in the File menu.

I think the defaults are set to cmd-1, cmd-2, and cmd-3 for the
three mouse buttons. (Weird, but there you go...)

You can change these as you want (I normally have mine set up to use
modifier keys, such as ctrl-click for right-click etc.)

If you are using VNCThing (or its predecessor, MacVNC) then you can
choose your mouse button emulation from the popup menus (which are
available when you expand the initial login box).

Hope that helps!

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