Re: PATCH: [Bug 75143] delete trash dialog title should say "emptytrash contents?"

On Mon, 13 May 2002, Eugene O'Connor wrote:

> Apologies ... in my earlier mail I thought the discussion was about the text in the menu item. I now realise that the discussion is about the text on the dialog that appears when you choose Empty Trash.
> In the GDP Style Guide we make a distinction between remove and delete. Delete is defined as deleting an item that you can not restore, remove means removing an item that you can restore. See
> For ease of translation here, I would avoid the split infinitive in the message on the dialog:
>    Delete all items from Trash permanently?
> Calum, are there HIG guidelines for dialog and window titles? What I 
> see at the moment is "Delete Trash Contents?", and I'm not sure if the 
> question we want the user to read should be in the title, and repeated 
> in the message.

We're in fact discussing the title. It is now "Empty Trash?".

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