[ubuntu-mono] [Bug 405531] [NEW] The "Filesystem Queue" should be easier to avoid
scottritchie at ubuntu.com
Mon Jul 27 23:33:58 BST 2009
Public bug reported:
Binary package hint: banshee
I had a single item in the Filesystem Queue from months ago. I don't
know how it got there, but I had managed to forget about it since
whenever I'd open banshee everything else worked as normal. I had no
idea what the filesystem queue was at this point either, or how it was
any different from the play queue.
Today I got curious so I clicked it and found an old video file. I
right clicked to remove it and was given a confirmation dialog: "Do you
really wish to remove this file from the queue?"
Instinctively I clicked cancel, as since I had literally just said
remove by right clicking I suspected this dialog would only come up if
this was a dangerous operation (ie, deleting my file). But it's not.
So, three suggestions:
1) Consider using something more obvious than "filesystem queue" to describe the functionality. I know what a filesystem is, but I have no idea what this queue is about.
2) Get rid of the confirmation dialog when removing an item from the queue
3) Empty the queue on quitting banshee.
Date: Mon Jul 27 15:24:23 2009
DistroRelease: Ubuntu 9.10
Package: banshee 1.4.3-5
ProcVersionSignature: Ubuntu 2.6.31-4.22-generic
Uname: Linux 2.6.31-4-generic x86_64
** Affects: banshee (Ubuntu)
** Tags: amd64 apport-bug usability
The "Filesystem Queue" should be easier to avoid
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