I often have multiple browser windows open at once. When I click the top bar to rearrange the windows, sometimes it will maximize the browser window.
It appears this will always happen if I double click the top bar, which is fine. However, sometimes it will happen when I only click the top bar once, which is highly annoying. How to turn off/fix this?
Thank you for the reply. It’s a fairly new microsoft wireless desktop mouse, only a couple weeks old. I know it could still be defective, but I don’t think that’s the case. I will try turning off the double click to maximize setting, thanks again.
Edit: I’m also experiencing some weird issue that I can’t pinpoint either. Where somehow sliding the mouse a certain way, somehow triggers the zoom out overview setting, where I’m looking at all my active browser windows. It’s just a regular two button mouse, where you can also click down on the scroll wheel. So I guess I’m saying, I have more to learn about my mouse and the things it does with kde. I still don’t even know what “meta” is
Long story short, Qt and KDE refer to the windows key as Meta for historical reasons. Other software may refer to it as Super. Emacs, bash and other software may instead refer to the Alt key when talking about Meta.
It’s utter chaos all around! Time to run in circles screaming with our hands up!