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Month: September 2013

Re: [trinity-users] alt+ctrl+del ? seriously?

From: Frank Lienhard <frank@...>
Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2013 18:49:45 +0200
> >
> > I think the biggest annoyance was "the same keys" (at least to me). Maybe
> > a more UNIX like combination will ease the pain?
> What would you suggest?  We should be careful of changing this just so
> that it is different from Windows though, as it not only introduces
> confusion in users who need to use both systems, but also smacks of "Not
> Invented Here" syndrome. :-)
> > And a text modification, which hints to the "information, why" and the
> > "way to deactivate, if save"..
> This is a good idea.  There seems to be a lot of user confusion over the
> role of the SAK in system security, and this should be addressed somewhere
> in the control center or other configuration dialog(s).
What about to hadle it all in the first setup run (setup wizard was the name?) by adding a dialoge, which offers 1. extra information button (which explains the use and maybe some sort of save to deaktivate, if your whole users in the network are trusted ones?) and
2. a radio Button for the "style" unix or win (there was a sgi combination for the x-server reset, alt+backspace+f12 or something.)