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RE: [Bug-gnubg] Player Record and .sgg

From: Albert Silver
Subject: RE: [Bug-gnubg] Player Record and .sgg
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 13:36:02 -0300

Ok, how about this:

Add a button in the Import dialogue that says Set as Default. If the
user wants a new path as a default source, they press this button.
Otherwise the previous default continues to be it.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nardy Pillards [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Monday, September 23, 2002 1:30 PM
> To: Joern Thyssen; Albert Silver
> Cc: 'GNUBackgammon bug reporting'
> Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Player Record and .sgg
> > I really don't like with
> >
> > 1) Import an .sgg match from a select directory
> > 2) Select Settings
> > 3) Select Save Settings and it will remember my preferred directory.
> >
> > that just importing a file will change my settings (of course, if I
> > don't save settings gnubg will not remember it next time).
> > I very much prefer having to set options it explicitly :-)
> >
> > Maybe it's just me that are old-fashioned ;-)
> >
> > Any comments from the other list readers?
> It really depends what one wants.
> If it would be saved... I'm sure there will be soon complaints about
> saying:
> "Hey! gnubg just changed my default .sgg folder. Without any reason"
> (user opening an attached .sgg file from mail program. then changing
> settings in gnubg. then save settings)
> So:
> Maybe 'create'  a command file?
> With all the default paths in it?
> /sgg, /mat, /html, /sgg... all 9.
> Name that one: Default_Paths.
> Then:
> File... Open Commands... Default_Paths once would be enough to set all
> these
> paths.
> Or:
> Even put these paths as default into the program itself?
> Same as the /met, /sounds.
> (but I don't know if this is suitable for *nix systems).
> Nardy

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