On mer, 2008-01-09 at 11:22 -0800, Brian J. Tarricone wrote: > Yves-Alexis Perez wrote: > > > By the way (and this is a new thread I guess), for some devices it's ok to > > have eject and umount. The only one I'm thinking of is RW CD/DVD where if > > the > > cd is mounted you can't blank it. Now you want to unmount it but you can > > only > > eject it, so you do that and reinsert it. Now you have activated > > automounting, > > and hop, restart the loop. > > No no no no no. The program (GUI program, presumably) that handles the > CD blanking should know how to unmount the CD if necessary. This is a > useless implementation detail, and there's zero reason to expose this in > the user interface. If the user is going to use a CLI program to do the > blanking, they're certainly capable of unmounting the CD manually (or, > hell, the CLI program should do it for you). IMO 'Unmount' should > *never* be in a user interface that most users see. > > -brian > >  Obviously an advanced GUI disk partitioning/formating/etc. utility > type application might have an unmount action, but that's different.
Hmh, yeah, good point. I don't know if there are cases where the GUI should present both options. I was using wodim when this issue appeared. I don't have too strong feeling in either solution. Sorry for the mess. -- Yves-Alexis _______________________________________________ Thunar-dev mailing list Thunarfirstname.lastname@example.org http://foo-projects.org/mailman/listinfo/thunar-dev