I finally convinced my wife to put Ubuntu on her Macbook. Unfortunately, she strongly prefers the Mac approach to right clicking: Ctrl+Button1. I have the trackpad set up to do a two finger touch = right-click, but she isn't having it.
Can anyone please, please, PLEASE help me figure this out. I've seen this question posted before, with no answers.
I also saw the
mouseemu approach mentioned here, but it doesn't seem to work.
I also thought about using the built in System Preferences>Keyboard>Shortcuts>Custom Shortcut, but it doesn't allow a "left click."
I also thought about using CCSM and xdotool, but couldn't figure out how to get two xdotool (xdotool xdotool key super+l; xdootool click 1)options to turn into one (xdotool click 3). (Note: I switched the Ctrl key and the super/mac command key to make it more mac-like, hence the super+l).
If you have a workable solution -- please respond. A Mac to Ubuntu conversion is at stake!
[Ubuntu 15.10; MacbookPro 9,2]