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Re: [LUG] Double-click in KDE?
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On Saturday 29 Mar 2003 3:50 pm, Jonathan Melhuish wrote:
> On Saturday 29 Mar 2003 1:26 pm, David Johnson wrote:
> > I've just installed Redhat 9 and KDE is set so you have to double-click
> > on icons. I've searched through the KDE Control Centre and can't find
> > the option to switch it to single-click.
> > Anyone know how to do this?
KDE Control Center, just above Home in the KDE3 K menu. Select Peripherals
then Mouse. Same panel can be reached from the Configuration menu, then KDE
then peripherals and mouse as above.
> And how about GNOME? I tried it other day, but you have to double-click on
> everything, which really pissed me off :-(
Had a quick look and although you can adjust the time delay, there seems no
comparable option in Gnome. Perhaps there's a theme that can be applied that
would have this effect? However, Google found:
Choose Double-Click or Single-Click
You can configure the mouse to activate files and applications with a double-
or a single-click, whichever you prefer. Click on the icon for the Nautilus
Start Here screen on the desktop (there is also one on the panel). This opens
the file manager. Click on Preferences at the top of the screen and then
select Edit Preferences. The preferences screen opens, showing a list of
configurable options on the left. Click on Icon and List Views. Now make your
selection for double or single mouse click in the top section of this window.
Click on Ok and this change takes place immediately.
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