jnw "at" realvnc.com
Tue Dec 16 21:00:01 2003
What sorts of thing are you clicking on when the problem occurs?
Are you clicking on things like Explorer shell icons?
> I found that if I triple-click, the double-click occurs.
What may be happening is that the first click causes a screen update
which causes a delay sufficient to prevent the double-click being
detected, and that the second and third clicks then get through
correctly and are processed as a double-click. If that is the case then
single-clicking on an icon before you actually double-click it should
work. If that works, we have a potential route to solving the problem.
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.