You're right it should be "select the qualifier to rename, and then click the name to edit it".
Essentially it's the same as in Windows Explorer. Hard to know what to call it though: a slow double-click?
Yeah, 'click the name of a selected file' is technically accurate, but it's not a fool-proof description. You say "a selected file" as if it's just been sitting there selected for ages, just waiting for someone to come along and click it. But of course it only becomes selected if the user clicks it. And the user only clicks it if she wants to do something with it. So if she decides to rename it, she must click it to select it, then wait, then click it again. The waiting is the most important part, otherwise it becomes a doubleclick. The selecting and the clicking are easy, but the waiting is where the user will trip up, so it's the waiting that's the key piece of information that needs to be given to the user.
Sorry forum, I'm just not that smart. Can someone do a graphical step by step on this. I've tried several things, but not sure where I am going wrong. I am probably clicking on the wrong thing, so I've attached how not to do it.
In the qualifier editor, click on the name of the qualifier in the list of them and it should allow you, after a second, to rename it as you would an icon on the Windows desktop/explorer. I think you can right click and choose rename also (not at my PC to check right now).
I finally was able to get to the proper screen on where I could edit this. For those who were challenged like me, I have a quick step by step attached.
i have managed to rename them, but it is the most cumbersome method ive ever seen right now.... WHY on earth did you just not add a RENAME on the menu when you right click a qualifier (at the bottom above the Delete menu item) ???????