From personal experience I'd say if using enter to commit changes hasn't messed a production
database of an entire factory, then this should be less critical.
Ctrl-Enter is good designwise though. It gives less chance of mistake keypress and is
easily accessible with just one hand.
(And the one who ever originally thought that Alt-O should be used as a shortcut to 'OK' should get beaten with a mouse and keyboard combo repeatedly and mercilessly ridiculed ever after.)


On 19.5.2016 4:53, Christopher Curtis wrote:
On Wed, May 18, 2016 at 12:32 PM, Michael Natterer <mi...@gimp.org> wrote:

On Wed, 2016-05-18 at 16:47 +0100, C R wrote:
1st enter opens the combo box, 2nd enter confirms the selection.
Third enter commits.

1. open combo (space)
2. confirm entry (enter)
3. confirm dialog (enter)

Is that really a good approach? I'm concerned that it's too easy to
accidentally commit some change by using the same key. Would it be better
to leave Enter alone, and have a global Ctrl+Enter or Shift+Enter to
accept+dismiss any dialog box?

Chris
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