If you are already in Panther then why doyou need to double click.
You can either access the programs you want by the DOCK, after placing them down there---then you just need to click once on the icon there.
The other way would need to either double click or click once to highlight them then command-o to open them and that would be to open the window of the folder that the programs live in.
To Add the program to the dock:
1. Find it in the Applications folder or wherever you have the original program located.
2. Click/drag the icon of the program to the dock area and place it where you wish it to be there.
To remove from the dock:
Click/drag the program icon to the trash (make sure the program has been quit out of.
Hope this helps some.
I use Mac at home and Windoze XP at work. There's only one feature of Windoze that I like better than what the Mac has to offer. It's this: being able to single-click (browser style) to open a file. I've gotten so used to this with Windoze, it really bugs me to have to double-click to open files in Mac. (Otherwise, I'm a Mac fanatic -- no flames, please!)
Surely there must be a setting or a small utility I can use to do this relatively simple thing, but I can't seem to find it, though I've looked high and low. (System is Mac OS X 10.3)
Can anyone please help? Thanks in advance.