On Sun, Jun 1, 2008 at 1:34 AM, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Robert Dailey wrote:
> How is the feedback useful? If it gave you a "cancel" option for the
>> operation, I would be a bit more inclined to understand its usefulness.
>> However, it's simply just giving you an "OK" button, redundantly informing
>> you of what you've already done. I clicked the option in the context menu,
>> that's informative enough. If I have a confirmation after that, I would at
>> least expect a cancel button. The confirmation serves no real purpose other
>> than to force the user to click an extra button.
> The feedback is useful because many people hit the wrong entry in a context
> menu by accident. That way, you know what command you executed - otherwise
> you would wonder: "did it work?" or "what did I click on?".
Okay, I can buy into that. However, if it's easy to do I would like an
option for it. I personally don't have an issue of clicking wrong entries,
and if given the option to disable the confirmations I would do it.
Received on 2008-06-01 16:36:27 CEST