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I'm a couple posts behind; sorry...
On 08/25/20 05:37 am, Alfredo Fernández Díaz wrote:<snip>
Wow, trying to catch up...
On 20/08/21 22:14, Lewis wrote:
I think it's more important to be consistent within applications than across
them. I expect most users to be intuitively aware of applications behaving
slightly different because it's more or less forced on them all the time
That's a reasonable expectation.
That said, and given the ambiguity in CUA, I would say the way to go is to
have a mnemonic available for everything including OK/Cancel/Help/whatever
when possible, and have anything take precedence over them if necessary
because they have Enter/F1/Esc/etc. available anyway.
Okay. I can get on board with that.
The listmeister has to actually go look, which involves more of this finger
stuff on this keyboard. Much easier to just sit and read. LOL
> Alfredo: Hint: The Priority dialog help was generally paraphrased from the
XWP > help for Processes And Threads and Thread Priorities. I should have
commented > that better in the IPF.> > I also adjusted some tab widths where
we had some messy definition lists.>
OK, will have a look. Remember I was almost done with a revamp of the help
file, but made the mistake of starting with Spanish.
I hope my changes don't complicate your work too much. My other changes aside
from sandwiching in the priority dialog section were truly trivial.
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