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[quote=pep] After testing for a while the problem is several mouse click events are read when one single event is done. I don't know if this is a problem of k-meleon (and thus a bug) or a problem of my mouse being a faulty one sending several events, but since I use several tabbed software (firefox, google chrome, notepad++, etc) and this behaviour ONLY happens with K-Meleon I have a suspect about k-meleon not handling mouse events properly It was my fault not to test the situation enough prior to post it as a bug, but I'm still not sure about it being a bug or a faulty mouse problem (since a faulty mouse fails with every program not only with k-meleon as it do, a faulty mouse has not the ability to select the target application for running faulty). Anyway if the reaction to an announce of weird behaviour and a possible bug is to attack the messenger, seriously or joking, it is not what I consider a good attitude about bug hunting. [quote=siria] Happened to me only when I had tab-close-buttons enabled, and accidentally clicked too close to one. Otherwise KM never closed a tab just when left-clicking it ONCE. Anyone else...??? [/quote] I have no tab-close-buttons enabled. [quote=siria] You don't happen to accidentally have double-clicked, or your mouse is set ultra-fast, or has a little loose contact ..? Or do you have close-buttons switched on...? And sorry, but why would you choose to set your options to "close tabs with double-click", if your mouse or finger may accidentally produce double-clicks? [/quote] My mouse is set normal speed (default), I didn't double-clicked and sure not as often as k-meleon detects, my mouse seem not to have loose contacts and I don't have close-buttons switched on. The reason to set the options to "close tabs with double-click" is that is the default option, I haven't setted it. In fact it would be great I could set the options to "no action" in the screen you've posted to me, but there's no such option. [quote=siria] Err, you don't seriously claim now that [b]"the way k-meleon reacts to a mouse click event"[/b] is in no way related to your [b]"selected actions for clicks"??[/b][/quote] what I mean is the problem is not the action asociated to a mouse event but the way the event is registered. It seems k-meleon treats a single event as several consecutive events and this is not related to selected actions for clicks. Whatever selected action you have asociated to mouse click it always will treat it as several mouse click events. [quote=desga2] I think he must setting his mouse: Start -> Configuration -> Control Panel -> Mouse He have possibly a very speed or sensible double click (he is doing double click instead a simple click) or setting the mouse to invert left and right buttons to left-hander users. [/quote] I have default normal settings for mouse options in control panel. Maybe I have a very sensible mouse or a faulty one, but it is very strange my mouse is only faulty or extra sensible when running k-meleon.[/quote]
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