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orangejulius
10th August 2002, 20:56
How many people actually use the "Reset Form" button?
Don't all raise your hands at once.



Now how many erased their post by pressing Reset accidentally?

This could be solved by asking "Are you sure you want to Reset?"
or by simply removing the button.

Greebe
11th August 2002, 08:19
Never had the problem, tho selecting New Thread instead of Reply has happened a few times

Admiral
11th August 2002, 09:20
Well, you'll have to pardon my ignorance, but... where exactly is that "Reset form" button ?

MadScot
11th August 2002, 13:05
on the quick reply.

ZokesPro
12th August 2002, 12:20
Problem: Now how many erased their post by pressing Reset accidentally?

Solution: This could be solved by asking "Are you sure you want to Reset?" or by simply removing the button.

Admiral
13th August 2002, 08:22
on the quick reply.

And silly me was looking for it in the "post reply" section :o

Yes, there should be a pop-up confirmation window for the Reset Form :up:

Technoid
21st August 2002, 06:12
Wath about a differebt color on the "new thread" button?

Maggi
21st August 2002, 08:59
How about using your brain and eyes before pressing any button ?

:D

Technoid
21st August 2002, 09:15
How about NOT being a smart alec! :devious:

Maggi
21st August 2002, 09:21
Hey Technoid,

sorry if you felt offended, but I just know to well from my own experience that I should do so for myself ... ;)

It was just a little sarcasm on my own expenses, but I should have made that clear beforehand.

Best example is setting up a real huge playlist for winamp and instead of clicking the save button, I more than once hit 'new' and thought to myself "How about using your brain and eyes before pressing any button ?"

:D

Sorry again, if it didn't come out in the funny mod it was intended to be seen.

Maggi
21st August 2002, 09:22
forgot to ask: Who's Alec ?

ZokesPro
21st August 2002, 09:32
Originally posted by Maggi
forgot to ask: Who's Alec ?

I'm Alec, that's why I'm smart! :D:D:D

Technoid
21st August 2002, 11:58
Sorry :D

It's just that I get so darn irritated at it after 2 or 4 miss clicks :o

PS:
I have also done the Winamp mistacke :D

MadScot
21st August 2002, 18:54
I hate accidentally hitting F5 in IE, which refreshes the page, losing the message.

Novdid
21st August 2002, 21:15
The F5 button seems fairly out of the way.

And you did fool me because I deleted the "The" when I was thinking I was typing F5...:p