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

El lun, 24-01-2005 a las 12:33 +0200, Kalle Vahlman escribi�> I think the point here is that if it says "Close", how is the user
> supposed to know that the file is not going to open? The warning
> dialog can always be taken as a warning, not an error (in opening the
> file).
> Scenario:
> Mr. Ignorant clicks on a text file, nautilus complains [something],
> user thinks "it's a text file for god's sake, just open it" clicks on
> "Close" and waits for the usual amount of start-up patience of the
> common man (less than 2 secs) and get's angry at the "damng thing not
> working".
> If the button says "Cancel", chances are that Mr. Ignorant catches
> that and actually reads the warning text.

Why can't we add something like "the file wont be openned" in the dialog
text, and put close in the dialog instead of cancel, so it says the
action it does when you click on it, close the dialog?

> -- 
> Kalle Vahlman, zuh iki fi
Un saludo,
Alberto Ruiz

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