Re: [PATCH] Use "Close" instead of "Cancel" when mime types are mismatched

Le lundi 24 janvier 2005 �0:27 +0100, Alexander Larsson a �it :
> On Sun, 2005-01-23 at 17:55 +0100, Vincent Untz wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > I have a .txt file (which is really a .txt file) recognized as a bitmap.
> > This is probably a bug in shared-mime-info...
> > When double-clicking on the file, nautilus is clever and finds that the
> > mime type found with the extension is not the same as the one find with
> > the mime magic. It then shows a warning dialog. This dialog has a
> > "Cancel" button but it really should be a "Close" one.
> Hmm? Why should it be close? You're cancelling the activation.

When this dialog is shown, the file is not opened, so you're not
canceling anything. We just have a dialog sitting here, waiting to be
closed by the user.

In this case, we have:
  + activate_check_mime_types() returns FALSE
  + activate_callback() just returns, without activating any action

The dialog explicitly tells the user to use the "Open" item in the
context menu to open the file.


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