2009/6/4 Lübbe Onken <luebbe.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>:
> Simon Large wrote:
>> 2009/6/4 Lübbe Onken <luebbe.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>:
>>> It feels unnatural to me that the selections are no toggles. E.g. if I
>>> click on "Files" once, all files are checked, if I click on files again
>>> nothing happens. I have to select "None" to deselect everything and
>>> start over. If I wanted to select all modified files (but not the
>>> directories) quickly, my action sequence would be:
>>> - Click modified, (all modified objects are selected)
>>> - Click directories once, (all directories are selected)
>>> - Click directories again, (all directories are unselected)
>>> Maybe that doesn't make sense, but that was my first impression without
>>> deeper thought.
>> The way it works is like the selection options in gmail, except that
>> the selections are additive.
> I understood that part :)
>> The problem with deselection is what to include, because some items
>> will fall into more than one category, e.g. 'files' and 'modified'.
> I understood that part too :)
>> - Click modified (all modified objects are selected)
>> - Click files by mistake (all files are selected)
>> - Click files again to undo that action (all files are deselected,
>> including modified files)
> You're abusing my example! Unless you commit now, nothing wrong happens.
> - notice the mistake
> - Click modified, (all modified objects are selected)
> - Click directories once, (all directories are selected)
> - Click directories again, (all directories are deselected)
> Well, there are always ways to shoot yourself in the foot if you want
> I just said that it felt unnatural to me that the actions do not toggle
> the selection.
They don't toggle in gmail either.
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Received on 2009-06-04 13:00:40 CEST