Double click in KDE

If you set your mouse for double click is it possible to change cursor style for hover icons?

Currently the cursor looks like it is going to do single click:

This does not make sense. It should show regular cursor

And another misbehavior for double click occurs in Power Applet.
Sleep and Hibernate icons require single click, but Settings icon requires double click:

Filed a bug:

If KDE configured for double the cursor should always remain as “normal arrow”

Reproducible: Always

Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Configure Personal Settings / Mouse / Double click
  2. Open Dolphin and move mouse pointer over a folder
  3. Active cursor style appears (hyperlink hand) which is not correct
    Actual Results:
    When moving mouse pointer over a folder the cursor is changed to “active”
    (hyperlink hand)

Expected Results:
If double click used the cursor should not change and remain as regular arrow

And one more for power Management applet:

All icons display visual press effect (single click) so every icon should react
on single click.

Reproducible: Always

Steps to Reproduce:
0. Configure KDE for double click

  1. Click Power Management in system tray - applet window appears
  2. Try clicking settings icon (single click) - you can see visual press but
    nothing happens
  3. Now try double click - setting window is being opened
  4. No try single click on Sleep - suspend to RAM happens as expected
    Actual Results:
    Settings icon requires double click

Expected Results:
Settings icon should require single click as all other icons

On 06/22/2011 12:06 PM, tosiara wrote:
> And one more for power Management applet:

Thank you for your contribution to free and open software!!

If more folks would file bugs, we would have less problems and more fun!

22 June: Sunrise 4:38 AM, Sunset 10:10 PM