Not exactly a problem, but is there a way of disabling the `rename after one mouse click` behaviour in Windows? For example, if you click once on a desktop icon when you actually meant to click twice, the name becomes editable, not a problem in itself but it can be a pain when you're moving lots of files around. Perhaps I just have windows double click time set up wrong, but a way of disabling the `feature` would be nice, so editing only works when you press F2. I have tweakUI, the promising-looking `detect accidental double clicks` feature is intended for Web-view windows though
For that to happen, the icon must be selected first, ie. two slow clicks, one to select and one to make it editable. I use it whenever renaming files as it's a bit quicker than bringing up the context menu.
If it is/was happening without the icon being selected, then something's not quite right.
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