Re: [Usability] Re: Keyboard navigation- outstanding issues

> Perhaps there should be no default button in such cases, for two reasons:
> (1) The 'only one obvious way' principle, as above.
> (2) In most dialogs, <Enter> closes the dialog and performs the action. If 
> in a few cases it closes the dialog *without* performing the action, the 
> users may incorrectly assume that the action has been performed. This is 
> particularly serious when the action is dangerous.

This makes a lot of sense to me, particularly the 2nd point.
Particularly if it is a dangerous action people are less likely to work
on autopilot and actually read the dialogue (you *want* to disrupt their
workflow if its something like formatting the disk).

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