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On Windows XP Left-Clicking & Right-Clicking a Folder Takes Too Long to Respond
by codemnky in Computers
Many components go into making a computer work properly and quickly. Your hardware -- the processor, hard drive and memory -- and software -- in this case, Windows XP -- work together to respond to your inputs. When simple tasks like clicking a folder icon with either mouse button takes a long time, something in this equation isn't working correctly. Isolate the IssueBefore you can troubleshoot

Is it possible to avoid control validation after clicking one button and don't after clicking another?
by Douglas Stockwell in Programming Languages

I have a UserControl used for getting an exchange rate amount from user (bank manager) he prefer to be used by an account operation. Exchange rate can be loaded from central bank web service but just as a tip - final value is chosen by user.

It contains one asp:TextBox box and two asp:LinkButton - Get (exchange rate) and Approve (client request

Clicking or double clicking a draggable element with jQuery?
by kivava in Programming Languages

I would like to be able to click or double click an element that is also draggable. How can this be done? I've tried various click(), dblclick() and other methods, none have worked so far.

I've currently got an awkward workaround comparing the milliseconds between mouseup and mousedown events, but this still requires the element to have been dragged at least one pixel.


Scroll by clicking and dragging inside div instead of clicking scrollbar
by Johan_B in Web Design

This CSS is for a DIV in an MVC2 application. The overflow:auto line adds a horizontal scrollbar to the div which is needed since the table in the div is very wide and extends past the edge of the page.

padding: 30px 30px 15px 30px;
overflow:auto;/* this adds horizontal scroll*/
background-color: #fff;
margin-bottom: 30px;

Clicking on the yes checkbox shows 2 form fields, clicking no, keeps those two fields hidden. What do I do?
by Tom D in Web Design
<TD VALIGN="top">
<LABEL FOR="disabilities">5. Do you have any disability which may limit your-----------
ability to perform the essential functions of the job
for which you are applying?<FONT COLOR="#FF0000"><SUP>*</SUP></FONT>
<TD VALIGN="top"><

Clicking on a div inside a table header is clicking the parent header instead
by protagonist in Web Design

I am using a jquery table plugin that sorts the rows when you click on a column header. I am trying to implement a feature where you can remove a column by clicking an 'X' inside the header. My headers look like <th><div class="remove-column">X</div>Total Cases</th>
and I have a click event listener on the remove-column class. When I click the X, instea

How to See a GIF Without Clicking on It
by nascentmind in Computers
Locating a file is simple when you can preview it. Windows 7 offers a preview pane with the Explorer window. You can see a snapshot of the content within a file without opening the file and the associated software program for it. This feature is particularly helpful when you are searching for an image. Rather than opening several GIF files to find the one you want, you can view the preview pane fo
TAGS : Without Clicking

Clicking a row except for the first td
by ziqew in Programming Languages

I am trying to click a table row and perform an action. However if they click the first <td> cell I do not want that to perform the action.

Here is the code I have so far:

jQuery('#dyntable tbody tr').live('click', function () {
nTr = jQuery(this)[0];
openMessage(oTable, nTr);

This works a

Clicking on a div tag
by nascentmind in Programming Languages

I am using WWW::Scripter to grab a page written with javascript/ajax, the "link" to the next page is a div tag, I can get the tag but cannot seem to figure out a way to click on it to get to the next page.. Any suggestions?

my $w = new WWW::Scripter;
my $loop = 1;
my $page = 1;
while ($loop) {
TAGS : Clicking

How to Fix a Clicking Ceiling Fan
by Peter Z in Home & Garden
If your ceiling fan makes an annoying clicking noise as it turns, it's probably rocking as well. Even a slight, barely noticeable rocking from an out-of-balance fan can cause clicking and creaking because the mechanism is meant to operate at a level plane. It takes about a half an hour to tighten up the screws, lubricate the spinning mechanism, and balance the fan blades.Difficulty:Moderately Easy
TAGS : Clicking Ceiling


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