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In .net 2005 in the windows design environment.  It seems like every 3rd time I click on a control so that I can change a property.  It thinks that I want to create the default event for that control and it takes me to the code and creates the event.  

This is the most annoying thing ever.  Anyone have any ideas??
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Hi picsnet,

There is no option about this feature.
You can change delay of the double-click event in the Windows system properties.
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yeah putting the delay to as fast as can be worked.  I thought that would fix it, but I thought I'd post anyways to see.  

Tony
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