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I am trying to find a cmd switch to disable the double click feature when VLC is playing media. Basically, I have a touch screen and it will need to be touched without VLC coming out of full screen.
Hope someone out there can help!
Drew hi. Not sure, but wouldn't that be setup in the touchscreen software ?
Unfortunatly not! Becuase the person using the touch screen will need to interact with the media via VLC. There must be a way of disabling the mouse/double click so the media remains as full screen?!
I would try going into Folder Options at the search box,>SingleClick to open an item, Underline only when I point at them>Apply>OK. I don't think you even have to log off for this to take effect.
Also you might find more information about this on the VLC media player website.
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