Save changed… dialogue, tick box dead

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Save changed… dialogue, tick box dead

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:) Hello !

• When the "Save changed file" dialogue appears and that you tick the box [x] Never ask again, this is not saved.
- The next time the dialogue is displayed again and again and again… :(

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Re: Save changed… dialogue, tick box dead

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Clo wrote::) Hello !

• When the "Save changed file" dialogue appears and that you tick the box [x] Never ask again, this is not saved.
- The next time the dialogue is displayed again and again and again… :(
After restart XnView?
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Even 10 times

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:arrow: Pierre

:shock: Yes, even ten times !

a- Import an image from the Clipboard, close the clipboard-window
b- The messages comes,
c- Tick the box, and click "No"
d- Close XnView

e- Restart, and paste again the contain of the clipboard, close it and the message is there again, while it should not ! :evil:

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Re: Even 10 times

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Clo wrote::arrow: Pierre

:shock: Yes, event ten timles !

a- Import an image from the Clipboard, close the clipboard-window
b- The messages comes,
c- Tick the box, and click "No"
d- Close XnView

e- Restart, and paste again the contain of the clipboard, close it and the message is there again, while it should not ! :evil:

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Yes, normal, else very confusing.... There is a discussion for that...
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Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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:) Pierre, Never is Never ! Maybe could you create an INI entry to choose the behaviour? The current one leads me crasy !

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Re: Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr -> no Grrrrr, please... :)

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xnview wrote:Yes, normal, else very confusing.... There is a discussion for that...
Clo wrote:Maybe could you create an INI entry to choose the behaviour? The current one leads me crasy!
-> moved to 'Feedback' for further discussion before change.
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Accuracy---

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:arrow: Pierre

:) Hello !

• An accuracy to explain why the new behaviour is inconvenient for me - and maybe for others too :

• Many times daily, I make a capture and I paste it in “View”, but I need only to copy a small part of it to use elsewhere.
- Hence, I do not save the <Clipboard-x> and that damn message comes back endlessly ! Why ?
- Because I'm bound to close XnView - let's say to use another version to convert a format or so-
the current behaviour sucks a lot…
- For unknown reasons, I can't open several versions as a single INSTANCE of each, I get again the same version
- A single Registry key doesn't the trick in my case…
- This is another topic, but linked to the current one here.
- So, I request again an INI option to keep the message disabled through the sessions, please !

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So, I request again an INI option to keep the message disabled through the sessions, please !
Fully support !

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ouistiti wrote:
So, I request again an INI option to keep the message disabled through the sessions, please !
Fully support !
Ok, i'll change ShowSaveDlg
0: as currently
129: Always yes
130: Always no
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Ahhh !

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:) Hello !

• Thank you ! This should solve the issue !

- But, please, do you mean Always yes = always disabled ?

- On the message itself, a 3-state box could be used…

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Re: Ahhh !

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Clo wrote::) Hello !

• Thank you ! This should solve the issue !

- But, please, do you mean Always yes = always disabled ?

- On the message itself, a 3-state box could be used…
No always yes to save
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the 3-state box ?

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:) Thank you, so my update in the Manual is right ;)

• For later, what about the 3-state tick box on the message ?
- Can you use this component ? It's really useful in such cases (no more room needed)…

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Ahhh !

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:) Hello !

• Fixed up in ß-4, the flags for the INI entry work ! Thanks !

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