Use of KMessageBox::warningYesNo forcontinue/cancel questions.

Ingo Klöcker kloecker at
Mon Jun 23 00:14:08 BST 2003

On Sunday 22 June 2003 20:43, Anders Lund wrote:
> On Sunday 22 June 2003 18:05, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> > On a related issue: Does anyone object against adding three-button
> > message boxes to KMessageBox? We need those in KMail. Currently we
> > are using QMessageBox which allows three buttons with arbitrary
> > text and arbitrary default button. The arbitrary default button is
> > probably not that important. IMO always the first button should be
> > the default button. But the arbitrary button text is important and
> > therefore the YesNoCancel message boxes can't be used. Furthermore
> > the QMessageBoxes return (by default) -1 in case the user aborted
> > the message box with Esc or by closing the window instead of
> > selecting one of the buttons.
> Three-button questions often makes sense. You can set the strings for
> the buttons in the constructor:
>   * @param buttonYes The text for the first button.
>   *                  The default is i18n("&Yes").
>   * @param buttonNo  The text for the second button.
>   *                  The default is i18n("&No").

Obviously one can only change the text of two buttons but not of all 
three buttons.


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