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Lxpup - Switch to double click?? Remove Pale Moon
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kjacobs

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PostPosted: Wed 21 Jan 2015, 03:03    Post subject:  Lxpup - Switch to double click?? Remove Pale Moon  

I have been testing lxpup the last couple days and really like this variant of puppy linux. I have not figured out how to switch from single click to double click mouse action. Anyone know how to change this on the LXDE desktop of lxpup??? I have not found any place where this can be changed in the configuration pages....

The other issue is I cannot find any way to remove Pale Moon. Since it fails to work with Spotify (even after reading the other posts regarding fixing the config in Pale Moon), it is just easier to use Firefox and remove Pale Moon. So, what is the trick????

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kjacobs

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PostPosted: Wed 21 Jan 2015, 03:10    Post subject:  

OK.....I just figured out how to change the single click to double click.

I had to right click a folder in PCmanFM and open with Rox Filer....then I could change the single click in the OPTIONS in Rox Filer. Next, I changed the Preferences in PCmanFM to single click.....and all is right with the world. Everything appears to be double click now......

Now to un-install Pale Moon.......?????
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PostPosted: Wed 21 Jan 2015, 03:19    Post subject: Re: Lxpup - Switch to double click?? Remove Pale Moon  

kjacobs wrote:
I have been testing lxpup the last couple days and really like this variant of puppy linux. I have not figured out how to switch from single click to double click mouse action. Anyone know how to change this on the LXDE desktop of lxpup??? I have not found any place where this can be changed in the configuration pages....

The other issue is I cannot find any way to remove Pale Moon. Since it fails to work with Spotify (even after reading the other posts regarding fixing the config in Pale Moon), it is just easier to use Firefox and remove Pale Moon. So, what is the trick????

Thanks


PcManFM -> Edit -> Preferences -> General -> untick Open with Single Click

No need to go into Rox unless you want that to be double click as well.....

You can't "remove" Palemoon unless you do a Remaster

You can:

Setup -> Remove built-in packages - to hide

or

Desktop -> Desktop -> Pmenu menu editor - to remove from menu

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kjacobs

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PostPosted: Wed 21 Jan 2015, 03:36    Post subject:  

Awesome......thanks for the tips on Pale Moon. That helped a ton. I did figure out the PCmanFM option.....obviously I could have skipped the Rox Filer.

Thanks for the super fast response.....will see if anything else stumps me on this.

Thanks again!
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