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Thread: How to set the mouse behaviour for Dolphin root/superuser mode

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    Default How to set the mouse behaviour for Dolphin root/superuser mode

    You use to be able to adjust the behaviour of dolphin/konqueror for a superuser so that a double click was required to open a file/directory (for example, see: https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...t-double-click)

    Now, in the Plasma 5 universe, Dolphin lacks such configurability. Instead, the user sets it via:



    But how does one easily (without having to log into Plasma as root) set the root user's mouse click behaviour ?? ... I've tolerated the (default) single click execute/open behaviour in Dolphin for the su mode as long as I can take ... I need to change it, as its absolutely asinine

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    Default Re: How to set the mouse behaviour for Dolphin root/superuser mode

    Code:
    kdesu systemsettings5
    should work.
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    Default Re: How to set the mouse behaviour for Dolphin root/superuser mode

    LOL, but of course! Thanks … (I absolutely love moments like this –> when you realise/confront that you’ve been blinded to the very obvious (or, at least, to that which should be to yourself))

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