Editing Gnome for single click

James Michael Fultz croooow at gmail.com
Fri Jan 8 00:07:20 UTC 2010

* Dotan Cohen <dotancohen at gmail.com> [2010-01-08 01:46 +0200]:
> > Both GNOME and KDE have options for selecting single-click or
> > double-click for actions (open, execute, etc.) on items (typically
> > files) rendered as icons on the desktop, in a file manager (Nautilus,
> > Konqueror, Dolphin), in file dialogs, and some other "browse" type
> > dialogs (control center).  This is what the Behavior option in File
> > Management Preferences from Nautilus pertains.  Any other UI elements
> > likely have application-specific settings if any at all.
> >
> The developer of Zim wiki thinks that there is such a Gnome setting

Perhaps he is thinking of GNOME's Mousetweaks (gnome-mouse-properties,
Accessibility tab of the dialog), but as far as I know that requires you
to be running GNOME or at least its assistive technologies application.

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