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Value returned by GetDoubleClickTime API call in user32.dll

Value returned by GetDoubleClickTime API call in user32.dll

Value returned by GetDoubleClickTime API call in user32.dll

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I've been trying to find the default value returned by the GetDoubleClickTime API call in user32.dll without much luck.

I've tried Google, MSDN, and a few other places, but nowhere seems to list the default value.

Can anyone help me out with this? I don't have any software installed on my work PC that I could write a test harness with :o(

Thanks,
Dan

Dan's Page @ Code Couch
http://www.codecouch.com/dan/


RE: Value returned by GetDoubleClickTime API call in user32.dll

Default value set by Windows is 500 (milliseconds). I got 480 on my PC.

I don't understand what difficulty you face with this function. If you dont have any programming software, you can write a simple macro in Word VBA to get this parameter.

The following macro works fine in Word VBA.
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Private Declare Function GetDoubleClickTime Lib "user32" () As Long
Sub ShowDblClickTime()
MsgBox GetDoubleClickTime
End Sub

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