from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To press down and release a button on (a pointing device) twice in rapid succession in order to activate a command or function represented graphically on a display screen.
- intransitive v. To double-click a pointing device.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The action of pushing the button on a mouse twice in quick succession in order to perform a different task that would be performed from a single-click or triple-click.
- v. To push the button on a mouse twice in quick succession in order to perform different task that would be performed from a single-click or triple-click.
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If not, open the CD from your Mac desktop, then double-click on any install/setup files that seem to have two red lines, looking like a pause symbol, attached to them.
The buttons on the graphic remote weren't as responsive as I'd like - I had to double-click some options, and occasionally it would only recognize two digits if a channel had three, and I'd have to re-click repeatedly - but except for changing channels it works well.
Enable URL-detection and double-click your way to the web.
Quick tip on the Visual tab bar: if you double-click the separator, it toggles between Thumbnail previews, text-only, and text with icons. kftgr kftgr
I can't even double-click the time to see a calendar because the Date/Time changing is locked down too.
So you'll have to code a. theme file for it as well (or copy from another theme and change the path to the. msstyles file), which you can double-click to apply.
You can now double-click on the directory and see the code:
To load a program, a list of already created programs in shown and the user can double-click it to load it in the editor.
If you double-click on that directory you will see a few different buttons.
Once inside, double-click the Contents folder, find the file named Info. plist, and double-click that to open it with the Property List Editor.