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Author Topic: IDEA: configure double-click max speed  (Read 2374 times)

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IDEA: configure double-click max speed
« on: September 16, 2006, 08:35:14 AM »
I'd like to have a way to choose the level of speed of two consecutive clicks for the OS to say it is a double-click. This is not the same thing that we can configure from the Control Panel -> Mouse, it's somehow the opposite: i.e. I'd like to discard double-clicks which are too much fast, making them behaving like if they were just single clicks.

So, to make it clear:
Click-[some time]-Click
  • if "some time" is less than the specified interval of time, we translate it as a "single click"
  • if "some time" is greater than the specified interval of time, we translate it as a "double click"

It would be great if it was done as a AutoHotKey script. I think it's not easy, we need to "capture" the double-clicks and avoid them to do what they're going to do, that is behaving like normal double-clicks... I wonder if it can really be done or it's impossible.