[RFC] Security and Features in KPDF

Enrico Ros eros.kde at email.it
Mon Jan 3 21:14:49 GMT 2005

On Monday 03 January 2005 22:03, Alexander Neundorf wrote:
> On Monday 03 January 2005 21:46, Enrico Ros wrote:
> ...
> > When clicking ok he/she says that he 'trusts' pdf's source, understands
> > the command and still wants to continue executing it.

> I don't think users will understand that they have to enable "show me the
> command" in order to be enable the "Execute" button. Ok, a different
> wording might help.

Good, then they'll press "cancel" !

> It's also quite a lot of text on the dialog, I think many users won't read/
> understand it. As Joel put it:
> Rule 1: users don't read documentation
> Rule 2: users don't read anything

Well.. then they'll press enter and exit. I won't click on a 'random checkbox' 
and then on a 'pirate button' without being scary and at least reading bold 
text. But if needed we can add a scrambled puzzle to solve before pressing 
'execute' and a 10s auto-'cancel' timer. :-)

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