Re: "Undo" button in capplets

On Sat, 2007-04-07 at 13:21 +0200, Denis Washington wrote:
> Hello,
> I have noticed that some capplets have "Revert" or "Reset to Defaults" 
> buttons for certain settings. How about building a more general way of 
> this functionality into all capplets? My idea would be to add an "Undo" 
> button next to the "Close" button of each capplet (or "Finish", but 
> that's another debate... ;). This button would then revert the last 
> single change a user made. That way, the user could undo a few changes 
> without automatically losing all changes he or she made since starting 
> the capplet. The undo history would best start with the start of the 
> capplet, so undoing as much as possible would be the same as "Revert".
if we write a good shared code for doing this (looking at how
Glade/gedit do it), it might make more sense. Furthermore, we could have
this as a platform library (in the GTK/glib level, maybe?).
Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo gnome-db org>

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