The thin line L indicates that the computer has accepted a left click.
The image remains on the screen until the mouse cursor is moved out of the test area
and back in. When the cursor re-
to test a double click:
Move the mouse cursor into the grey rectangle and produce two mouse clicks in rapid succession.
There are two requirements for a valid double-
One: The second click must follow the first one within a certain time.
Two: The mouse cursor is not moved during the time between the two clicks.
The position of the dashed line in the test area shows the Windows double-
The start of the second click (where the green time bar rises again) lies well before
the dashed line. The red line D indicates the moment that Windows has accepted the
two clicks as a double-
The short grey marks in this image, indicate mouse movements.