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Sun Mar 18 23:48:30 GMT 2007
On Sun, 2007-03-18 at 23:11 +0000, Tony Arnold wrote:
> Dean Sas wrote:
> > Tony Arnold wrote:
> >>> Chris Rowson wrote:
> >>>> When I open a file, often it comes up behind the browser instead of in
> >>>> front. How do I remedy this, please. Being a thickie, I forget to
> >>>> look behind and assume that it has not been opened, so I do it again.
> >>>> You don't know how freaky that is. My missus has a really irritating
> >>>> habit of doing that. "Why isn't this website opening up?" she will
> >>>> whinge.... Honestly, it's nearly as bad as being at work.....
> >>> And it's often due to double clicking when a singel click will suffice.
> > Which is down to a seemingly arbitrary set of rules to most people.
> > Single click only is the way forward.
> I agree, I set up Gnome on my machines that way. Except my laptop, the
> touch pad is too sensitive!
Disable clicking on it.
I can't stand single-clicking. It's one of the many, many things that
turns me off KDE - that and (despite kcontrol) the fact that I don't
like my desktop looking like a blue-rinse wig.
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