Re: [Setup-tool-hackers] fun networking stuff

On 17 Jan 2001, jacob berkman wrote:

> > > If we go with #1, then it should probably be a checkbox instead of a
> > > button.
> > 
> > I think this is the best option.
> Any specific reasons why?

The same as Joakim's: a button represents an immediate action. I think the
up/down situation of a specific interface is a status, which is better
reflected by a checkbox. If users won't be getting the idea that no
changes will be made until you hit the "Apply" button, then we're in
trouble for all the tools.


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