When a pointing device button (such as a mouse's primary button) is double-clicked, that is, when it is swiftly clicked twice on a single element in a short period of time, the dblclick event is triggered. After two click events, dblclick fires (and by extension, after two pairs of mousedown and mouseup events)
jQuery code to disable the webpage's double-click event. This post should be active. Use addEventListener(event, function, useCapture) to disable any mouse click action. Call this function on click.
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Wait for the setTimeout to finish before handling the click or doubleclick handler.
When you double-click, the click handler is fired first, followed by the doubleclick handler.
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