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Subject: Re: Config menu cancel
From: Kjell Ericson (Kjell.Ericson_at_haxx.se)
Date: 2003-01-13


On Mon, 13 Jan 2003, Björn Stenberg wrote:

> > When I change the settings for scroll speeding, I think it would be logic
> > to press PLAY to accept the new value and STOP/MENU to cancel it.
>
> I fail to see the great advantage. It's not like it's a big deal changing a
> setting back to what you had.

I disagree (of course). It's very unlogic to press PLAY to enter a config
setting and then pressing STOP to select the new value.

At least with my player I have changed settings by misstake and been
confused of what the original setting were (not impossible to guess).

> If we change this we'll get 400 confused users filing bug reports.

Well, if I would implement that pressing PLAY would cancel the new value then
it would work the old (your) way, and I would have the cancel opportunity. But
then you really would have bug reports :-)

Having PLAY/MENU selecting the value and STOP cancel the value would in my
view be the best solution then.

...the Record owners can continue to live in the darkness :-) I'm in for a
better Player...

  // Kjell



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