how do I access widgets, like calculator, calendar

used to just press the little white button on top of mouse, how do i do this same function with the trackpad

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  • In Yosemite you have to got o System Prefs- Mission Control- Dashboard . . . to read 'as SPACE'. It should then work.

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  • By default, Dashboard starts up when you first turn on your Mac, but you won't actually see it until you open it by either clicking its icon in the Dock, pressing the F12 key or the Dashboard key (F4 on the aluminum keyboards). To hide Dashboard, click on any Dashboard area that doesn't contain a widget or press the F12 key again. Here's a quick start guide to Dashboard and the included widgets.

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  • It's not possible :/
    Personally I'm used to "throw" my finger under right (Check System Preferences -> Exposé -> Active Screen Corners)

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