Re: cvs commit to debian-installer/tools/cdebconf/src/modules/frontend/newt by mckinstry
On Fri, 2003-07-25 at 08:49, Martin Sjögren wrote:
> fre 2003-07-25 klockan 00.15 skrev email@example.com:
> > Update of /cvs/debian-boot/debian-installer/tools/cdebconf/src/modules/frontend/newt
> > In directory gluck:/tmp/cvs-serv18715/src/modules/frontend/newt
> > Modified Files:
> > newt.c
> > Log Message:
> > Swap the "Go back" and "Continue" buttons to the more intuitive way round
> I dunno... Since you have to use tab to move between the buttons, I
> think it's important that <Continue> is easy to reach. You will want to
> <Continue> more often than <Go back>. I don't know how relevant it is,
> but in RH's newt interface in Anaconda, the buttons are
> "<Continue> <Back>"
> and I think it's reasonable.
Several people at debcamp commented that they should be the other way
round, as people are used to the left button being "back", from
browsers. However I agree that <Continue> should be easy to reach: it
should be the next button after the entry on the cycle list in most
dialogs. I'll need to check that it is.
Alastair McKinstry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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