The menu will be available under the Options menu. 5. Two fingers on trackpad or 2-button mouse or both — Mac world How to Right-Click on a Mac — Macbeth Note: This works with the recent update to Ubuntu. The following is based on an email thread. 1. Open the terminal window (see steps 1 and 2.): sudo apt-get update 2. Download and install the Firefox add-on and then open a new tab, and type 'Add-ons', as seen here (see instructions below): 3. When you're asked about the installation type the following: sudo add-apt-repository PPA:Mozilla/firefox-extension and then hit enter 4. Open a new tab and download FlashPlayer from here and add it to the apt repo using the terminal prompt below: 5. Then install it using the following command: sudo apt-get install firefox-extension Note that you can set up Firefox to automatically add Flash for you by going to about:config. 6. You can then find FlashPlayer by clicking the 'about:' link, and click on the search result. Click on “Extension”, as seen at the image below and click the installation button. 7. The Flash Player application will automatically start to work on your computer, and you can navigate your browser by clicking the Firefox icon in your task bar, or by clicking on the menu icon (which is a menu item). 8. That's it! Now you can right-click anywhere on your computer, and get a contextual menu of various options to manipulate your computer, instead of the traditional context menu. Some tips to use with a Trackpad 1. The menu items appear by using 3 clickable spots. For trackpads with two fingers (one more than normal), two fingers can be used, too. This means that you can hold two fingers and click any one of the spots without holding the third finger down. However, this won't work if you move your thumb in mid-click, and your fingers will stay at the same place. A lot depends on the orientation of your trackpad, so make sure to double-check your trackpad before trying this. 2. When you press and hold a spot, a menu of choices will appear. 3. When you move one or more fingers, you can hold them down and click any of the tracks.