icebrain wrote:adam_0 I'm sorry I have to say this to you but you're wrong, so stop thinking people are idiots.
It is obvious that if they have a single button mouse, they've been needing right click and thus using ctrl+click in other softwares or even in the OS. If you had tried yourself ctrl+click in FS you would have discovered that it doesn't work as right click and that the "Add Check order" action is already bound to it.
I am sorry if it has seemed like I was treating people like idiots. I realized later that ctrl-click doesn't work, as somebody else pointed out. I don't see why you feel the need to berate me about something that was already proven false. I can edit the post if it infuriates you so, but I don't see any sense in that as it would break some of the logic of the topic.
On that note, I don't know of a single button mouse since the dawn of the Intel Mac. Apple's mice might look like they're one-button mice, but in fact they have sensors to detect which side of the mouse is being pressed, so you can enable two-button features.
And all Apple trackpads I've seen since the switch to Intel Macs are the same way - press two fingers down to the trackpad and click to get a right click menu.
And the last single-button mouse I used? For a 1991 Mac Classic... which last I checked doesn't run Frozen Synapse.
Note that I have tried all the solutions above in FS, and they do work, so there's no need to double-check them for problems so you can yell at me some more. This works, and I've yet to see an Intel Mac that's truly one-button - most people just don't use the feature so they think they have a one-button mouse.
I'm sorry my 18+ years of Mac experience have failed you, oh great Icebrain. It won't happen again.