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Sounds like a job for AutoHotkey. :) Here is a script for Window Shading, rolling a window up to its title bar.


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Nevermind, found the answer: MButton::Click 2


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AutoHotKey could do this. MButton::Send {LButton 2}


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As far as I am aware, this is the default behaviour. What I often do is to double-click the word and then hold shift and press the left arrow key (application allowing). I have found this to be the quickest method rather than attempting to precisely select the word under scrutiny with the mouse which is often a little tricky and fiddly.


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If you double click on (or really near) the border of the cell, the selected cell jumps to the first empty cell to the left in the same row (if it was a side border) or up in the same column (if it was a top/bottom border). It seems to be more reliable if your cursor is closer to a corner rather than in the middle of a border.


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What you are looking for is a software debouncer. There are two AutoHotkey solutions for Windows in this thread. The first is a short script from a user named HotKeyIt: LButton:: If (A_TimeSincePriorHotkey < 150) ;hyperclick Return Click Down KeyWait, LButton Click Up Return And then there's a longer solution: ...


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Look like damage in button microswitch (I dont know english term for that. "rattle" or i miss?) Some peoples can dizassemble microsvitch and fix it. Or it can be replaced (soldering) from different mouse.


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~LButton:: If (A_PriorHotKey = A_ThisHotKey and A_TimeSincePriorHotkey < 500) { WinMinimize A ; minimize windows } Return Try this Autohotkey script :)


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I'm not aware of any registry edit that would enable such functionality (probably because not many people would be interested in something like this), but it's a cinch if you use 7+ Taskbar Tweaker as an installed or portable app:


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Double Click works on my bluetooth mouse and Windows 7 x64. The Double Click application was designed to be a small program that will turn your middle mouse button into a double click function. It's much smaller than other 3rd party mouse enhancers, as it only does one thing. This will definitely save you getting RSI.


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This will specify which button you want to press: +LButton:: send {LButton 2} Return LButton is left click MButton is middle click RButton is right click


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It could be the default Double Click Speed. Go to Control Panel - Mouse - Buttons tab and play around with the Double Click Speed. This could also be a hardware issue so the above may not work. You could also try re-installing the drivers for the mouse you are using.


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As you're using file associations to edit them I suggest when you've finished them you rename them to something else (eg. blah.pyx) and then associate .pyx with execute. Make sure you have this at the top of each ofc: #!/usr/bin/env python


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I had the same problem and finally solved it, download the jdk1.5 upgrade 3. I had the exact same problem, even after reinstall, I was getting the main class not found error. After installing jdk1.5 upgrade 3. Problem solved!


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I'm pretty sure you wouldn't want to use a tool like that. Double-clicks are very rare compared to single clicks, as you yourself implied, and even in the Finder you probably use single clicks a lot more than you think. Try spending some time dinking around in the Finder, double-clicking everywhere you'd normally single-click. I'm guessing the computer would ...


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Double clicks were never needed, they are a shortcut. You can open files in the Finder without using double clicks by selecting the file and then choosing File -> Open. Since this is kind of cumbersome, it's usually easier to just double-click. Interestingly, Mac OS 9 had a Finder window view which replaced all icons with buttons, allowing you to use the ...


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Not a direct answer, but I rarely double-click anything in Finder: Quicksilver (or similar) can launch applications with no clicks Using Finder's column view, you can navigate folders with only arrow keys Cmd+down opens the selected files


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Double clicks are fine. What you really want to get rid of is "slow clicks". In the Finder, clicking on an icon or its label selects it. Pause, and then click again on the label to rename. But if you don't pause for long enough, you end up opening the file—particularly annoying when it's a .psd or .xcodeproj


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You miss the point about double quoting, to include double quote in field you should double it: "=""634576345" => ="634576345 To keep leading zeroes you should present your numbers to Excel like strings so they should not be converted to numbers at all. I have no Excel installed anywhere right now but here are possible solutions that come in mind: ...


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Here's a solution that works on Excel 2010 Double quote delimit fields that don't have leading zeros. This will allow you to use double quotes on fields that contain commas. For fields that have leading zeros, use =" for the beginning field delimiter and " for the end field delimiter. This will keep the leading zeros for that field. It is not necessary ...



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