From: Mark Gilbert (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jul 04 2002 - 11:15:27 EDT
On Thu, 2002-07-04 at 10:39, Kyle Davis wrote:
> Okay, what if you don't have any default by default. Prompt the user the first time that you need to do this and you could make a checkbox that sets the default action as whatever they click on (or just force them to setup the defaults then). In my opinion that may be the most user friendly, least anti-productive, and the most logical way to do this.
Sounds good. It can be set in the prefs, and if it isn't when the issue
comes up, that's when the dialog comes up. Personally I have no
objection. Some end-users (the less intelligent ones we always find
ourselves catering to) might not like this. But with this we can at
least change the behaviour later if it turns out not to stand up well in
the real world.
Make sure that whatever they click, it only applies to that document
unless they check the box for 'make this the default action', in which
case it gets set as a pref.
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