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Is there any way to disable the "double-click to copy" functionality of a .NET label?


Is there any way to disable the "double-click to copy" functionality of a .NET label?

By : odurojunior
Date : January 02 2021, 06:48 AM
To fix the issue you can do I was able to do it using a combination of the other answers given. Try creating this derived class and replace any labels you wish to disable the clipboard functionality with it:
code :


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How to disable default PowerPoint event functionality of double click and right click?

How to disable default PowerPoint event functionality of double click and right click?


By : mcvincotte
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue There are several available events raised by the MouseKeyboardActivityMonitor. For a mouse down event you can choose to listen to either MouseDown or MouseDownExt. The latter supplies you with some extra options in the MouseEventExtArgs parameter, such as a Handled property. If you set this to true, the event will not propagate further.
When it comes to MouseDoubleClick event, there is no extended event available. I would therefore suggest that you implement the double click listener yourself by utilizing the MouseDownExt listener and counting the number of clicks that has occurred.
code :
public void Initialize() {
    // Initialize your listener and set up event listeners
    MyMouseHookListener = new MouseHookListener(new AppHooker()) {Enabled = true};
    MyMouseHookListener.MouseDownExt += MyMouseHookListenerOnMouseDownExt;

    // UNDONE Delete when testing is done; included to show that the listener is never called
    MyMouseHookListener.MouseDoubleClick += MyMouseHookListenerOnMouseDoubleClick;
}

private static void MyMouseHookListenerOnMouseDoubleClick(object sender, MouseEventArgs mouseEventArgs)
{
    // NOTE: This listener should never be called
    Debug.Print("Mouse double-click!");
}

private static void MyMouseHookListenerOnMouseDownExt(object sender, MouseEventExtArgs mouseEventExtArgs)
{
    Debug.Print("Mouse down. Number of clicks: {0}", mouseEventExtArgs.Clicks);

    if (mouseEventExtArgs.Clicks == 2)
    {
        // TODO Insert your double-click code here
        mouseEventExtArgs.Handled = true;
    }
}
How to handle "single click" and "double click" on the same html DOM element using typescript:Angula

How to handle "single click" and "double click" on the same html DOM element using typescript:Angula


By : Jon
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times You can use a timeout and a boolean flag to solve this. Consider the following:
The DOM takes a few milliseconds to recognize the double click.
code :
isSingleClick: Boolean = true;     

method1CallForClick(){
   this.isSingleClick = true;
        settimeout(()=>{
            if(this.isSingleClick){
                 doTheStuffHere();
            }
         },250)
}
method2CallForDblClick(){
         this.isSingleClick = false;
         doTheStuffDblClickHere();
}
Disable Wagtail "copy" functionality

Disable Wagtail "copy" functionality


By : user2865171
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue You could use the before_copy_page hook, e.g. to redirect editors to the listings page with a notification explaining that copying has been temporarily disabled:
https://docs.wagtail.io/en/v2.5/reference/hooks.html#before-copy-page
PyRevit / RevitPythonShell Custom Tools - How to disable Alt-Click "View Code" functionality?

PyRevit / RevitPythonShell Custom Tools - How to disable Alt-Click "View Code" functionality?


By : user2926632
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps There is no option to disable the Alt+Click functionality unless you are willing to create a custom pyRevit core for your use only. Here is where the check happens
Is there a way to implement "click", "double click" and "click and hold" to work on the sa

Is there a way to implement "click", "double click" and "click and hold" to work on the sa


By : user3071034
Date : December 25 2020, 06:49 AM
this one helps. I then solved it via https://www.npmjs.com/package/vue2-touch-events for VueJS. Simple query when the element is pressed (start) and when the pressure stops and count the time in between. If this is over x seconds, then a popup pops up, if you let go without reaching the seconds, then a normal click is executed.
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