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Thread: LEAP 42.1 Single or double clicking - KDialog

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    Default LEAP 42.1 Single or double clicking - KDialog

    I have changed mouse settings in order to open folders and files via double-click in KDE. Normally all dialogs and file managers respects this settings except for KDialog, in which single-click works only. Don't you have any idea how to fix that? This post does not work for me. I use Leap 42.1 with Plasma5.

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    Default Re: LEAP 42.1 Single or double clicking - KDialog

    Quote Originally Posted by benao View Post
    I have changed mouse settings in order to open folders and files via double-click in KDE. Normally all dialogs and file managers respects this settings except for KDialog, in which single-click works only. Don't you have any idea how to fix that? This post does not work for me. I use Leap 42.1 with Plasma5.
    Hi,
    Exactly the same problem.. This https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=367074 doesn't help

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    Default Re: LEAP 42.1 Single or double clicking - KDialog

    Quote Originally Posted by napseis View Post
    Hi,
    Exactly the same problem.. This https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=367074 doesn't help
    Well, that fix is in 5.7.4, but 42.1 only has 5.5.5.
    It should help to edit ~/.kde4/share/config/kdeglobals manually and change SingleClick=true to SingleClick=false.

    Or install and use KDE4's systemsettings (package kdebase4-workspace-addons) to change it.
    Last edited by wolfi323; 19-Oct-2016 at 03:16.

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    Default Re: LEAP 42.1 Single or double clicking - KDialog

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    ​It should help to edit ~/.kde4/share/config/kdeglobals manually and change SingleClick=true to SingleClick=false.
    Fixed! Thanks a lot.
    It appears KDialog has other problems as well. I can hardly work with it in Google Chrome, because it is extremely slow.

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