GEdit interface suggestion

John Nilsson john at
Tue May 9 21:04:52 BST 2006

On Tue, 2006-05-09 at 19:31 +0200, Petr Tomeš wrote:
> According to your logic you
I never stated that I was being logical. I just said that I had strong
feelings on the subject.

> Sorry but I really think the problem with this "feature" is rather
> with your habits than with software itself.

If it's only MY habits so, okay, I'll have to retrain. But if there are
more users like me, then the software really is flawed.

> But I also think this feature should be easily configurable for those,
> who don't like it!

I don't think the problem is whether the user can or can not do an
unnecessary RAM-to-disk sync. Is it possible that the whole concept and
metaphor is flawed?

What if the memory management was handled entirely by the software, and
the "save" button was abolished all together.

My particular use case, and other "real" use cases, could instead be
solved by some kind of branch management metaphor.


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