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If you are using Safari and the OS is Lion (10.7 or above), move your cursor to the upper right hand corner of the browser. You will see two diagonal arrows, diametrically opposed to one another. Click on that and your browser will dominate your screen.
What happens when you change the display resolution setting? Maybe the program was written for a different resolution, so the pixels are the wrong size. That may account for the misbehavior, and very likely the menu issue.
To change display resolution, open System Preferences... from the Apple menu, then click on Displays. Try a higher resolution (bigger numbers, e. g, 1280 x 854)) first if that is available. This may scale the menu and play area to their intended sizes.
If this is a brand new macbook and you have not been familiar with them before....be aware that the whole touchpad is clickable by pressing it down. You can also go into your settings, under the mouse applet and choose to enable the tap to click rather than pressing the button.