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Dropping a database.

QuintusTasmanianDevil posted 1 year ago in General
Something I noticed which to me was a slight problem. I accidentally selected the test database and did a right-click to drop it. For sure, I was prompted to confirm the deletion but for some silly reason I hit the enter key by mistake which did indeed drop it. That is, the default button was the "Ok". When you perform drastic unrecoverable deletions I would suggest the "Cancel" button should be the default. It's better to intentionally click "Ok". If you hit the return key like I did, the "Cancel" button would at least do nothing!
ansgar posted 1 year ago
Agree, totally. I will check if I can set the default button in these dialogs of which most stuff is created by Windows itself.
ansgar posted 1 year ago
Done in r4643
QuintusTasmanianDevil posted 1 year ago
Thank you, Angsmar.
jfalch posted 1 year ago
not really.

ansgar posted 1 year ago
Harhar (pirate laugh) :)
QuintusTasmanianDevil posted 1 year ago
Harhar indeed! Installed the latest build and the Cancel button is now the default.

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