Re: Improving single click for all GTK+ apps to make it suitable as a standard

On Fri, 14 May 2010 22:17:01 +0200, Jan-Christoph Borchardt wrote:

> The single click was mainly mentioned for usability (open may be the
> most common file action) and accessibility reasons (not able to click
> fast); whereas double click was about relearning problems and problems
> with other file actions (select, move etc.). But mainly because in
> some apps (GtkFileChooser for example) that is just not supported
> because the single click mode is currently local to Nautilus.

Every time I use a system that does the default action on single click, I
find myself accidentally opening stuff I never wanted to. I never use
double-click on my home machine though - instead I mapped one of the side
buttons on my mouse to do the double-left-click action, and I now use this

< Jernej Simončič ><><><><>< >

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