Re: GNU Midnight Commander 4.5.30 is released
- From: Kevin Atkinson <kevinatk home com>
- To: Matthias Warkus <mawarkus t-online de>
- CC: gnome-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: GNU Midnight Commander 4.5.30 is released
- Date: Wed, 14 Apr 1999 15:30:36 -0400
Matthias Warkus wrote:
> +++ Wed, Apr 14, 1999 at 01:18:30AM -0400 +++
> Kevin Atkinson e-mails me. Film at 11. Reply right now, after the break.
> > 1) Middle button dragging is annoying with a two button mouse which many
> > people switching over from windows will have.
> > 2) It is WAY to way to easy to accidentally move or copy a file or
> > directory just by a random mouse click action. Especially for new users
> > as GMC doesn't prompt after a mouse action.
> > 3) For new users it just easier as they will always know what is going
> > on when they drag an icon as GMC mouse actions differ from windows. It
> > is unlikely that a new user coming from windows will do a middle
> > drag--especially if they have a two button mouse.
> This is not the point. Make it user-friendly and newbie-friendly. Ease
> of transition from Windows is not the main issue.
So you are dismissing my entire argument because I am referring to
I list many reasons. To me it is more natural for it to always prompt.
Windows doesn't not always prompt and sometimes I am not entirely sure
what it is going to do.
Let me rephrase the troublesome points.
1) Middle button dragging is annoying with a two button mouse which many
people who currently own a PS have.
3) For new users it just easier as they will always know what is going
on when they drag an icon. (ALSO It is unlikely that a new user coming
from windows will do a middle drag especially if they have a two button
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