Clicking once is called
Clicking twice in quick succession, without moving the mouse pointer,
is called ``double-clicking'' or ``activating''.
Single and double clicks are referred to as ``static''
triggers because the mouse does not move during the action.
To make the rules as portable as possible, the static
triggers are pre-defined with names as follows:
single-click on an icon picture
single-click on an icon picture with mouse button 2
single-click on an icon title
single-click on an icon title with mouse button 2
double-click on an icon
double-click on an icon with mouse button 2
single-click on a window background
double-click on a window background
double-click on a window background with mouse button 2
matches any static trigger
Types of trigger
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 26 May 2005