On Thursday 20 October 2005 15:14, Eduardo Silva wrote: > > > can be reached through the back button. > > > > Which is so nonintuative. Back should go to the > > previous question. > > I agree. I can't remember if in the newt interface, > the first back click goes to the previous question, > and only after reaching the beginning of the section > it goes to the menu (for example, "configure network" > has more than one screen). Use of an extra menu > button, then? It must be coded first though in the gui > frontend. In most cases it goes back to previous dialogs within the same menu item, but to the main menu from the first screen of a menu item. I think this is pretty logical behavior, especially as backup is only rarely used. Anyway, this is completely outside the scope of graphical d-i development. In the graphical frontend, the back button should do exactly the same as in the newt frontend.
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