[Kexi-devel] Proposed message for the query export when its design is "dirty"
robert.jean.leleu at wanadoo.fr
Thu Feb 12 15:48:39 UTC 2015
I think this proposal is interesting
Je la 12/02/2015 14:35, Jaroslaw Staniek skribis :
> On 12 February 2015 at 14:15, Jaroslaw Staniek <staniek at kde.org> wrote:
>> "Design of query <resource>%1</resource> that you want to export data
>> from is changed and has not yet been saved. Do you want save it prior
>> to exporting or use the original query for exporting?"
>> Buttons: [Save and Export] [Export From the Original] [Cancel](default)
> Now the question remains for this function http://i.imgur.com/E82URWs.png.
> It's exactly the same as the "export to file" here
> After a minute I am not sure requiring Save before I can export the
> function is natural.
> I can imagine user quickly altering the query design without saving
> and exporting the data results to CSV.
> Or copying to the clipboard. Quite handy. Then she can close the
> design without saving if she wants.
> So how about this rephrased message:
> "Design of query <resource>%1</resource> that you want to export data
> from is changed and has not yet been saved. Do you want to use data
> from the changed query for exporting or from its original (saved)
> Buttons: [Use the Changed Query] [Use the Original Query] [Cancel](default)
> PS: Extra requirement proposed: to show users more context, before
> asking the user, switch the tab to the opened window containing the
> query (without changing its view mode).
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