Potential UI bug: wrong type of dialog upon hibernation notice
Matthew Paul Thomas
mpt at canonical.com
Sun Apr 1 18:36:16 UTC 2012
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Abhishek Bhatnagar wrote on 01/04/12 01:09:
> As per my attachment, when battery on laptop is critically low, I
> get a dialog informing me that hibernation is imminent, and then
> gives me two options: "Cancel" and "OK". They both do the same
> thing -> make the dialog go away. Clearly an "OK" would suffice,
> as "Cancel" does not make sense in context.
> I'm almost sure this happened because someone ended up using the
> wrong type of dialog, but it probably should be mended.
> Should this be filed as a bug?
This is "Battery warning popup buttons dont make sense"
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