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Under <gui>Double-Click Timeout</gui>, adjust the <gui>Timeout</gui> slider to a value you find comfortable. Use the smiley face under the slider to test your settings. A single click will make it smile. A double-click will give it an ear-to-ear grin.
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When you click something, it's not uncommon for your hand to move a little between the time you press the mouse button and the time you release it. For this reason, dragging only starts if you move the pointer past a certain threshold, so that you don't accidentally start dragging every time you click. You can control the minimum distance required to start dragging.
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Located in C/mouse-drag-threshold.page:22(page/p)
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Many mice and some touchpads have a middle mouse button. On a mouse with a scroll wheel, you can usually press directly down on the scroll wheel to middle-click. If you don't have a middle mouse button, you can press the left and right mouse buttons at the same time to middle-click. If you find you are unable to middle-click this way you can try following <link href="https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Quirks#A2-button_Mice"> these instructions</link>.
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Located in C/mouse-middleclick.page:32
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The farther you move your mouse, the faster and faster the pointer moves relative to your movement. This helps you get the pointer across the screen without lifting your hand, while still letting you point and click accurately. Acceleration controls this behavior.
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Located in C/mouse-sensitivity.page:44(page/p)
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Select <gui>Edge scrolling</gui> under <gui>Scrolling</gui> to scroll using the edge of your touchpad. When this is selected, dragging your finger up and down along the right side of your touchpad will scroll vertically. If you also select <gui>Enable horizontal scrolling</gui>, dragging your finger left and right along the bottom of your touchpad will scroll horizontally.
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Located in C/mouse-touchpad-click.page:54(page/p)
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Select <gui>Two-finger scrolling</gui> under <gui>Scrolling</gui> to scroll with two fingers. When this is selected, tapping and dragging with one finger will work as normal, but if you drag two fingers across any part of the touchpad, it will scroll instead. If you also select <gui>Enable horizontal scrolling</gui>, you can move your fingers left and right to scroll horizontally. Be careful to space your fingers a bit apart. If your fingers are too close together, they just look like one big finger to your touchpad.
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Located in C/mouse-touchpad-click.page:61(page/p)
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Empathy is installed by default in Ubuntu. Start <app>Empathy Instant Messaging</app> from the <link xref="unity-dash-intro">dash</link>, the <link xref="unity-launcher-intro">launcher</link> or choose <gui>Chat</gui> from the <link xref="unity-menubar-intro">Messaging menu</link>.
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Located in C/net-chat-empathy.page:29
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This will display information about your network hardware and connection status. Look down the list of information and see if there is a section related to the wireless network adapter. The information for each network device is separated by a row of dashes. If you find the line <code>State: connected</code> in the section for your wireless adapter, it means that it is working and connected to your wireless router.
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Located in C/net-wireless-troubleshooting-initial-check.page:43
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You can change what happens when the battery level gets too low by clicking the <gui>battery menu</gui> in the <gui>menu bar</gui> and selecting <gui>Power Settings</gui>. Look at the <gui>When power is critically low</gui> setting. You can choose for the computer to suspend, <link xref="power-hibernate">hibernate</link> or shut down. If you choose shut down, your applications and documents <em>will not</em> be saved before the computer turns off.
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Located in C/power-lowpower.page:31
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Some computers have problems suspending, and may not be able to recover the applications and documents you had open when you turn on the computer again. In this case, it is possible that you could lose some of your work if you didn't save it before the computer suspended. You may be able to <link xref="power-suspendfail">fix problems with suspend</link> though.
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Contributors to this translation: Ali Dlakić, Almin Islamović, Amina Đonko, Ashraf Gheth, Azer Dedovic, Boško Stojaković, Dino Kujović, Doug Smythies, Ensar Turkovic, Gunnar Hjalmarsson, Jeremy Bicha, Kenan Dervišević, Kenan Kukić, Lamija Lemeš, Matthew East, Naida Durmo, Nedim Memišević, Nejra Zulic, Samir Ribić, Semsudin Abdic.