A few weeks ago, Mikkel talked about all the handy contextual (right-click) menus in Lightroom. Yesterday, when we met to do final finishing touches for the book, I showed him how the new MacBook and MacBook Pros have a trackpad setting that allows you to evoke contextual menus easily. You can set up the trackpad on these computers to “right-click” when you put two fingers on the trackpad and click. You’ll need to set this up by going to System Preferences > Keyboard & Mouse > Trackpad. Then click the aptly named box, “Place two fingers on trackpad and click button for secondary click.” Voila, all those handy Lightroom menus are now just a click away on your laptop.