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|Summary||0000869: Cancel dialog in CodePane is misleading|
If you make a change in the Browser, then click on another method, a dialog comes up. It says 'Do you want to cancel your changes?' The choices are from the standard Yes/No dialog: Yes, No, and Cancel. 'Yes' means do cancel the changes. 'Cancel' means don't cancel the changes. This is very misleading.
A standard User Interface Rule from Apple is: Never present 'Yes' and 'No' in a dialog. Instead, present two words that say what will actually happen. In this case: 'Cancel Changes' 'Do Nothing'.
(Yes, currently the last two choices do the same thing!)
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