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Re: Re: v6: still no multiple undo?
On 13 Jun 2007, at 20:32, David wrote: > I'm amazed that anyone would argue against a > multi-level undo for notebook input text corrections. Especially, that > it would take processor time away from the CPU or development time > away > from the developers. I don't think anyone is suggesting multi-level > undo > for input and output. I'm amazed that anyone would join a thread without reading it. For example, who is it who argued against "multi-level undo for notebook text input corrections"? Could you post a quote? I myself wrote explicitly: > Of course a > simple kind of multiple undo, one that only undoes typing and not > evaluation, might not present any problems, though it would hardly be > worth making so much fuss about. Yes, this kind of undo is obviously such a trivial matter that I would certainly not have wasted any time to argue against (or for it). Then there is you assertion: > I don't think anyone is suggesting multi-level undo > for input and output. Have you tried reading this thread before sending your response? Have you looked at the posts by David Reiss, Luc Barthelet and David Bailey? They all discuss more than just text-input only undo. They don't necessarily argue clearly in favour of it, but they all consider it a possibility, which means that it was an issue considered in this thread. I will just quote Luc: > While I strongly support that multiple undo is a feature we need to > see > soon, it will take some real work to get there. Given that the issue of a more than text-input level undo had already been raised it does not seem to me so amazing that some people, (myself and Bobby Treat) would wish to point out their own attitude to it. I clearly indicated that I was not referring to "text input only" undo. I suggest to you (and others who have written in a similar vain) that it is a very good practice to read all the posts in a thread you decide to join particularly if you are intending to make sweeping statements of the type "nobody is suggesting" etc. Andrzej Kozlowski