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Re: Progress bar cancellation

Frans Pop <aragorn@tiscali.nl> writes:

> On Friday 13 January 2006 23:05, Attilio Fiandrotti wrote:
>> -Hiding "progress" and "back" buttons and turning "next" into "Cancel"
>> when the progressbar runs, to revert buttons back to their original
>> state later, when a question is displayed by gtk_go()
> I think not displaying the buttons at all is probably the cleanest 
> solution: they have no function, so why display them?

Looks sane to me too.

> I still feel the progress bar should eventually become a separate modal 
> window that is shown on top of the main screen. If that is realized the 
> normal buttons could possibly remain on the main window while the window 
> holding the progress bar gets only the cancel button.

Yeah that would make g-i more easy for new users since it'll be clear
that he need to wait that step to finish...

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