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That's what I have in mind, like the dialog in a word processor
that only comes up when you close a document and don't save the
On 1/17/2022 12:51 PM, Brian Vogel
On Mon, Jan 17, 2022
at 01:35 PM, Gene wrote:
Perhaps the best way to approach the problem is to
keep the default behavior but have a dialog come up asking if
you want to save the changes when the program shuts down.
Not that this couldn't work, but I can only imagine how annoying
it would be and, even worse, how people would go into "autopilot
mode" in regard to it and still mess things up by giving their
"automatic response" or taking whatever the default is.
Personally, I do not like dialogs to appear all the time for
something like this, only when a state change has been detected.
And if you were implying it should only come up if a settings
change was made, then that could work perfectly. It would only
nag when getting the user's attention about making a critical
decision is required.
Brian - Windows
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