Bug#192305: "q to end, b for begin" ambiguous
Drew Scott Daniels <umdanie8@cc.UManitoba.CA> writes:
> Package: cdebconf
> Severity: minor
> This could almost be a wishlist item, re-prioritize if desired. I hope you
> don't feel this is too much of a nitpicking issue.
> "q to end, b for begin" I feel is ambiguous and may mislead people.
> E.g.'s, someone wants to go to the end of the list hitting q, someone
> finished selecting wanting to "begin" the action on their selected
> I wrote up some other possible short examples (could be mixed&matched).
> "s to stop" and "l for list's top"
> "a to act" and "r to relist"
> "q to quit select" and "r to refresh list"
> "e to exit selections" and "b to goto list top"
> "q to quit select" and "b to begin list"
> My first choices would be: "q to quit select" and "b to begin list"
What about "q to finish" and "b for begin"?
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