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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001229||Monteverdi2||[Orfeo Toolbox (OTB)] General||public||2016-06-16 16:30||2017-11-24 08:39|
|Summary||0001229: The "Delete selected layer" and "Delete all layers" buttons are too similar|
|Description||The two buttons are almost identical. I have seen a lot of users accidentally delete all layers (and vice versa).|
Furthermore the left most button is "delete all". IMHO the more intuitive option is "delete selected" on the left, which follows left to right reading convention.
|Steps To Reproduce||Open Monteverdi, load 2 images and ask a new user to delete one layer only.|
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I think this is more a feature request than a bug.
Since there's no graphics designer in the OTB team, tcons are picked from OSGeos SVN repository .
Icons order could be switched if desired. Let me know and I'll do it.
I think that the real issue is that we should have a confirm delete pop-up dialog such as when quitting Monteverdi when deleting all layers and, perhaps one layer.
A right-click contextual menu proposing redundant (and not replacement) actions such as proposed in request for comments 0000033 .
We might also add a 'Layer(s)' menu-item in the main menu-bar proposing redundant actions.
This would improve user accessibility to features.
|good points salbert. let's close this and keep track of it in RFComments 33.|
|2016-06-16 16:30||poughov||New Issue|
|2016-07-01 11:33||salbert||Assigned To||=> salbert|
|2016-07-01 11:33||salbert||Status||new => assigned|
|2016-07-01 11:42||salbert||Note Added: 0003544|
|2016-07-01 11:42||salbert||Status||assigned => feedback|
|2016-07-01 13:44||poughov||Note Added: 0003546|
|2016-07-01 13:44||poughov||Status||feedback => assigned|
|2016-07-01 13:44||poughov||Status||assigned => closed|
|2016-07-01 13:45||poughov||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2017-11-24 08:39||sdinot||Summary||"Delete selected layer" and "Delete all layers" buttons are too similar => The "Delete selected layer" and "Delete all layers" buttons are too similar|