Jeremiah " why not just double-click to double-click? that seems far more
intuitive to me (or don't use it at all)."<br><br>I feel openmoko app designers should avoid double tap like a plague of one thousand fire ants in your underwear, its a problematic interaction on sff screens. Its a desktop OS method for launching apps, and it suits that world. It is not used on any of the Zaurus OS's (sharp, qtopia etc) that I've played with and it wasnt used on the early palmOS. It requires the user to be quite forceful on the screen,
e.g. try to gently tap twice on your desk/screen.. but do it quickly, it doesnt really work. Also, it requires a lag after single taps - to check see if it will become a double tap.<br><br>If there is ever a scenario where a single tap might cause problems and you want to avoid accidents, use a confirmation dialog.