Re: Suggestion for "select all" functionality in Commit dialog
2009/5/15 Hans-Emil Skogh <Hans-Emil.Skogh_at_tritech.se>:
>>>>> I would like to propose a new feature that uses the GMail way of
>>>> How would you see what filter that is active?
>>> Like in GMail, I would expect that you don't see that: the filter is
>>> used to preset the checkboxes and then allows the user to modify them
> Thank you. Then I think I understand.
> (It was a long time ago that I used GMail.)
>> In any case, it isn't relevant to know what filter is depressed. Think of
>> filter links as "macros". They simply automate what would otherwise be
>> you manually going through the list and checking and unchecking boxes
>> to make sure that, for example, only added files are checked
>> (If there was an "Added" filter link).
> I got the impression that the checkboxes were to be removed. (And the filter
> proposal was intended to reduce clutter.) But the checkboxes still stays,
> right? The links are only ment to help setting various commonly used
> combinations of checkboxes?
>> I can't really think of a practical case where I would depend on the
>> themselves to tell me what the selection pattern is.
> Maybe not the filters themselves, but I DO want to be able to verify what
> crtiteria that is being used to select what has been included or excluded
> from a list that I'm looking at.
Filter is the wrong word here as it implies that some things are being
hidden. This is simply a method for presetting the checkboxes before
you start checking and unchecking individual ones. Regardless of which
of these selection patterns you use, as soon as you change one
checkbox the selection pattern is incorrect.
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