Emotes on a Mac?

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Will I be able to add friends in Hearthstone and chat with people?
Yes! The folks in your Battle.net friends list (both BattleTag and Real ID friends) are available for games or text-based conversation. Players will not be able to chat with anyone who is not on their friends list. However, players will be able to choose from a variety of emotes for basic communication during games.

How do you do a right click on a Mac?

I've tried shift click, shift+cmd click, ctrl+click, and alt+click.

Put me out of my misery and let me know how many chickens I need to sacrifice?
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Try clicking with 2 fingers on the trackpad or the mouse instead of one... ^^
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I've tried all variety of modifiers as well. Not sure if it's even turned on for the Mac platform. Can anyone confirm or deny this?
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ctrl-click would give you a right click unless you changed it in the mouse or accessibility control panel. Same thing applies to windows.

I use a mouse with a right button, and have not been able to emote to players or message to Battle.Net friends. I am assuming it's a bug or a not-yet-implemented on mac thing.
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The normal Control-Click just tries to take a normal left click action. I don't see anyway to remap the emotes hotkey or activate it without a mouse right now.

Works fine if I plug a mouse in though.
Edited by Grills on 10/7/2013 9:51 PM PDT
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I can't even figure out where the emote option is... and I do use ctrl-click. :(
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Currently you can't use Ctrl-click, Cmd-click, etc. to perform a right click in Hearthstone. Cmd-click works in World of Warcraft, so hopefully this will change in a future version.

If you have a trackpad, you can enable "Secondary Click" under Mac OS X's "System Preferences">>"Trackpad". Then you can do a two-finger click for a right click.

Older MacBook's don't support multi-touch, though. If the Secondary Click option doesn't work, then you'll have to use a mouse for now.
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Modifier key did not work to select emotes but th two finger tap on trackpad did. Thanks for suggestion.
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click at the right edge of your mac touch pad = right click of mouse
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I have a Logitech mouse with 5 buttons. I normally have the right mouse button configured as click+command. I changed it just "right click" and now I can emote. Most new Macs come with a Magic Mouse and should be able to do a "right click".

For a long time I thought I couldn't do emotes on a Mac. I hope this helps.
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Yeah - this is a problem with Unity. It doesn't know about/use any of your system input configuration. It's really easy for the devs to add basic features like ctrl-click = right-click, so I hope someone from Blizzard is listening.
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10/07/2013 05:50 AMPosted by TiBone
Try clicking with 2 fingers on the trackpad or the mouse instead of one... ^^


This is the correct answer everyone, haha
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I'll bump this thread.

I almost want to quit playing because I always feel rude being unable to answer other player's emotes.

I use a docking station, so no way to access the track pad.

Adding ctrl-click = right-click is trivial. C'mon guys, don't force me to be rude :/
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It'd be great if they'd get on that then.

I can tell when I'm playing people they get ticked off when you don't emote for good sportsmanship/glitch reasons...
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as long as two finger click is set as your "secondary click" in system preferences it should work as right click
Edited by Jaeguar on 7/11/2014 1:23 AM PDT
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