[Mono-osx] Newbie Questions ....

Joshua Perry josh at 6bit.com
Tue Apr 22 13:57:33 EDT 2008

On the MBP you can enable "Tap trackpad using two fingers for  
secondary click" in System Preferences.  OSX will send a right click  
just as if you had a secondary mouse button.  For the ctrl-click to  
work the application framework has to be aware of that construct and,  
like Geoff said, GTK isn't aware of it because of a bug.

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On Apr 22, 2008, at 10:33 AM, Geoff Norton wrote:

> I'll answer the parts I know about.
> On 22-Apr-08, at 10:37 AM, Glen Warner wrote:
>> Greetings.
>> Okay, so I installed Mono Develop 1.5, which included the C# plugin.
> Not insure what you installed, as there is no MonoDevelop 1.5.
>> Went through the Simple Solution tutorial on the MonoDevelop page
>> (http://www.monodevelop.com/Creating_A_Simple_Solution) and got all
>> the
>> way to Step 2 before I ran into trouble.  The trouble?
>> The part of the step that reads as follows:
>> "To do this, right click on the Solution icon in the Solution Pad.
>> Select 'Add->Add New Project'."
>> As I don't have a two button mouse on my MacBook Pro, I did what I
>> normally do in those situations and held down the ctrl (control) key
>> as
>> I clicked ... but still, no contextual menu came up.
> This is a bug in the Gtk+ runtime on OSX.  You can work around all the
> right-clicks by using the Menu however (Project->Add Files iirc)
> -g
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