[Newbies] Re: Bugging out of Squeak
Klaus D. Witzel
klaus.witzel at cobss.com
Wed Nov 15 12:47:27 UTC 2006
there are 4 possibilities which come to my mind:
1 - you're using an image which we don't know, alternately: I can see a
message somiliar to your's only if on windows and hit alt-f4.
2 - you're indeed on windows doing alt-f4 then there is a bug
3 - the message says "Save changes before quitting?" then this is so
because you selected plain "Quit" from the World menu. In case you did the
latter, perhaps your mouse thinks it clicks 1-2 pixels off and the menu is
not what you expected?
4 - I cannot reproduce the message you cite 'Quit without saving the
image', can you tell us precisely where and what you click and what kind
of widget is then talking to you.
On Wed, 15 Nov 2006 13:32:41 +0100, lanas wrote:
> Le Dimanche 12 Novembre 2006 13:00, Michael Haupt a écrit :
>> On 11/12/06, Another Dave <dooright101 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> > Let's say you're totally lost, and want to exit Squeak without saving
>> > anything from the mess you've just made.
>> Are you absolutely sure you haven't accidentally, in the last second,
>> hit one of the wrong pixels, i.e., one belonging to "yes"?
> There's a UI loop in there which is nevertheless not very graceful I
> The first option in this sequence is the user clicking the choice:
> 'Quit without saving the image' (or somesuch, I do not want to change
> just to get the right string that is displayed)
> And then, very surprisingly, after the user has made this choice, another
> choice pops up that asks: 'Save image ? yes/no/cancel" (idem).
> I find this to be squarly not straight, so to speak. It is confusing
> for any
> user to be asked about saving the image when the user has already
> the will of NOT saving the image. Either remove this option in the first
> place, or remove the additional choice of saving the image.
> My two cents.
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