Currently Being ModeratedJan 28, 2013 11:50 PM (in response to MastaSkrilla5280)
I am using OS X 10.8.2, Mountain Lion. When looking into my mouse settings, where the checkbox is for enabling Secondary Click, there is a little dropdown menu below it, where you have to click and select Right Click from the menu. I am not sure if 10.7.5 has the same menu settings, but if it does, that may be your problem. Check and see if you can change it to right click. Hope it helps.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 29, 2013 10:08 AM (in response to Xandris)
Yes 10.7.5. has the drop down menu you are referring to in the Mouse settings, and yes mine is set to the right side.
Again I can still right click everywhere except my desktop. It's as if I somehow disabled right click ONLY on my desktop. I don't know what I did.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 11, 2013 10:53 AM (in response to MastaSkrilla5280)
I may have found out how to fix this issue. There seems to be some glitch in the software that disables right clicking on my desktop any time I reset my computer. It's annoying to have to do these steps everything, just to enable right clicking on my desktop, but it's a short term solution to the problem.
Here's how I fixed it:
System Preferences > Trackpad > Then I uncheck Seconday Click. Then I close System Preferences.
Open System Preferences again > Trackpad > Then I check Seconday Click (and have click or tap with two fingers)
Close System Preference again.
Then I navigate to my Finder Icon in my Dock, and hold Option and Left click untill the pop up menu appears.
Then I click Relaunch.
This restarts just the Finder and not my entire computer and now I can right click on my desktop again.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 13, 2013 6:06 PM (in response to MastaSkrilla5280)
I also got the sample problem,
I tried the sampe, but it now work