Re: [Nautilus-list] Re: Allowing view components to provide editing (UI and architecture issues)

On 03Aug2001 10:59PM (+0200), Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero wrote:
> mjs noisehavoc org (2001-08-03 at 1313.35 -0700):
> > > Or, if you want to be consistent with the more Mac-alike button ordering
> > > that's been proposed for 2.0, rather than with the rest of Nautilus:
> > > 	[Cancel] [Don't Save] [Save]
> > Thanks for the suggestion, Calum. The problem I see with this proposal
> > is that it's unclear from the text what Cancel does, and in
> > particular, how it is different from Don't Save. Any suggestions for
> > that?
> "Save" saves and "do not save" does not save, but both close the doc.
> "Cancel" does nothing, it aborts everything, nothing is changed in
> disk or screen. That is the idea we talked about in the other lists,
> Cancel is a "oops, I did not want this dialog" or "I changed my mind,
> I want to keep doing things".

Yes, I know that and you know that, but will it be clear to someone
who did not design the app? 

 - Maciej

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