No, actually, it makes perfect sense. if you set it for slower
the time interval between clicks is allowed to be longer
, thereby making your problem worse. Obviously your mouse is sending click indications even when it is not clicking. Therefore, setting it to a faster
setting lowers the time interval allowed
between detected double clicks, thereby making your problem more manageable.
However, the larger problem seems to be your mouse itself - I'd check to see if you need to replace it (if it is a corded mouse) or else check for updated drivers
/ hardware problems if it is a cordless mouse. battery check might be a good idea as well.
FWIW, it would have helped to know these things ahead of time as well....