On 08/03/2009 03:28 PM, Alexia Death wrote:
> On Monday 03 August 2009 22:20:29 Sven Neumann wrote:
>> On Sat, 2009-07-25 at 17:41 +0000, Omari Stephens wrote:
>>> More specifically, once I hit Ctrl+E and see the status message not
>>> saying anything about exporting, I expect the file to have been saved.
>>> If GIMP thinks there were no changes, it should say "no changes to save"
>>> in a way that is visible, easy to notice, and easy to read.
>> It does exactly that. It will display the text "No changes need to be
>> saved" in the status-bar and this text stays there for five seconds
>> unless it is replaced by a more important status-bar message before this
>> timeout expires. If that doesn't happen for you, then this code broke
>> and there should be a bug report filed.
> Why only 5 seconds? why not until something else happens? IMHO 5 seconds is
> not enough.
One of my annoyances with a couple of other programs that I use a lot is
that such types of messages stay around too long in those programs.
What if you look at the screen 30 seconds or 5 minutes or 2 hours later
that message is still there? It is now completely out of context!
While maybe 5 seconds might be a little quick, conceptually I agree that
it should not last very long. Maybe 8 or 10 seconds or even 15 seconds.
But not longer.
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