Set DoubleClickInterval very low!
brahma at hindu.org
Thu Aug 4 13:37:17 EDT 2016
It's very simple:
# do something right now and don't wait more than 100 milliseconds
# because we don't use double clicks anywhere in this app
There is no "dual model" to even think about.
Jacqueline: can you supply a small "long press" trap snippet for us here? tks
without even realizing it… I was editing an email in outlook on my iPhone trying to reply and wanted to cut out text, my instinctive attempt to select text was in fact a long press… Long click invokes "select | select all" , then double click invokes the copy begin and end slider to extend the selection.
We will have to see if a use case arises where we will need to trap for this also.
Jacqueline: how do you give a mobile user on android the ability to select a range of text versus just a word?
Richard Gaskin wrote:
For the reasons I noted in my earlier post, you may want to review your
libraries for where that's happening. And since you're reducing the
doubleClickInterval to a value below what the user expects, you might
consider removing that dual model altogether and finding a different
means of delivering the options you're seeking to provide for the user.
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