[time-nuts] Timelab question
bob at evoria.net
Tue Feb 21 10:27:49 EST 2017
I apologize. I was mistaken in my question. Under wine it behaves poorly, but that's to be expected. Under XP in a Virtual box, it works as you say. The same in a real Win 10 box. The problem is actually that I was expecting the "No" box to be checked, and to require the user to change it to "Yes" if he really wanted to exit. So, if I press the Enter key to get rid of the dialog box, the program exits.
From: John Miles <john at miles.io>
To: 'Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement' <time-nuts at febo.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2017 12:39 AM
Subject: Re: [time-nuts] Timelab question
> Is there a way to change the escape key in Timelab so that it doesn't default
> to "yes"? I love Timelab, but this is driving me nuts. I hit the escape key and
> it asks me if I really want to exit. No, I don't! So, I hit the escape key and
> yes, it does exit.
Hmm. I can't repro this on Win7 x64 -- what version of Windows are you running?
If I hit Escape followed by Enter, it does exit, since 'Yes' is the default choice. But hitting Escape twice doesn't do anything (and shouldn't).
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