Hey Mark -
No, not really. There are certain click types (like a double-click on a header label in a bar chart) which will always cause something to happen. In the case I just mentioned you'd filter out everything but what you just double-clicked.
Maybe you can give us more concrete examples of what you're trying to accomplish? I'd guess that you won't get all of it, but you might get some of it if you can describe what you're after. For example, you might be able to lean on modified Action filters in some way...
I got monthly dashboards sent to some folks and they tend to double-click instead of single click on the bar graph for drill down. So they want double click to have the same function as single click for drill-down and disable single click. Is that possible?
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OK, I understand - and the answer is unfortunately still the same in this scenario. There isn't a way to re-map Tableau's reaction to a single vs. double-click in the way you'd like.
I'd suggest that this might be more of a training issue for the users. Perhaps you can add some text or a tooltip somewhere to the dashboard that explicitly tells users to single click? They'll still have some muscle memory to retrain, but a visual reminder could go a long way in helping.
Hope this helps!
Thanks Russel, I appreciate it. I agree on the user training.