Bug#241434: d-i: multiple paths for keyboard selector, "back" broken
On Fri, Apr 02, 2004 at 07:08:23AM +0200, Christian Perrier wrote:
> Quoting Joey Hess (email@example.com):
> > Having back go to a menu from which the user can pick any prior step, or
> > get more control, is a reasonable compromise. There are probably better
> > ones, like renaming the back button to "cancel" and having it always go to
> > the menu, or something.
> Having it called "Main menu" and always bring users to the main menu
> would be indeed an interesting compromise, yes.
Sure, that would be less confusing than the current use of "back". But if
we can still go back inside a menu item, it may be worth to keep the 2
notions, and only provide a "back" button when we know we can honor it ?
> Also, if we find a way to do this, we should try to avoid lowering the
> debconf priority to medium....so this is indeed tricky as trying to go
> back to main-menu with priority=high will never display the menu..:-)
What about giving it a high priority, but ensuring it is not in the direct
path for normal install ?
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