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In KDE, how do you change the option to single-click or double-click desktop icons to launch them? I use Fedora, OpenSuse, and Kubuntu, and in Fedora you need to double-click by default, which I would like to change. Thank you.
An extra little something for those who might google this page. If you're using kde software without kde, like a single app, then you don't have access to that mouse control panel. The solution then is to add or change the following line in:
It has to be under [KDE] and false turns off that weird SingleClick behavior.