[winecfg 5] Implement transactions support,remove some crack x11drv prefs,complete desktop sizing code

Mike Hearn mike at theoretic.com
Sat Sep 6 06:56:19 CDT 2003

Indeed, but they aren't instant apply dialogs either. At the moment the
way it's coded makes instant apply optional, but there seems to be
consensus here that instant apply is a good thing, and having used it I
agree, it makes everything feel a lot more responsive for some reason.
It also helps force us into good UI design (at least in some ways).

On Sat, 2003-09-06 at 12:09, Ivan Leo Murray-Smith wrote:
> .The UI
> > standard on free software desktops for instant apply dialogs is to have
> > just a Close dialog, with a Revert button in cases where the user might
> > not be able to undo the changes themselves. For the main window, just a
> > Close button is enough.
> That would be inconsistent with KDE,that uses apply and OK buttons, and cancel to
> not apply and changes and exit. The Mandrake Control Center also works with OK
> buttons.

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