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Dropping a database.

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Written by QuintusTasmanianDevil
10 months ago
Category: General
27 posts since Tue, 12 Nov 13
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!
Written by ansgar
10 months ago
5023 posts since Fri, 07 Apr 06
Agree, totally. I will check if I can set the default button in these dialogs of which most stuff is created by Windows itself.
Written by ansgar
10 months ago
5023 posts since Fri, 07 Apr 06
Done in r4643
Written by QuintusTasmanianDevil
10 months ago
27 posts since Tue, 12 Nov 13
Thank you, Angsmar.
Written by jfalchMoney, Euro
10 months ago
406 posts since Sat, 17 Oct 09
not really.
Written by ansgar
10 months ago
5023 posts since Fri, 07 Apr 06
Harhar (pirate laugh) :)
Written by QuintusTasmanianDevil
10 months ago
27 posts since Tue, 12 Nov 13
Harhar indeed! Installed the latest build and the Cancel button is now the default.
 

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