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Re: [ide-dev] 10 ideas to improve Eclipse IDE usability


Making it component specific will never work; new projects will always take time to conform.

Surely it needs to go in Dialog, which could learn what derived classes + titles + message 'prefixes' the user has been irritated by and so auto-answer whenever they occur again

So when I get an irritating pop-up,
I click on the "Hate" button (perhaps a thumbs down icon in top left corner)
I get a prompter that enables me to specify
- the auto-answer (pull-down menu defaulting to OK)
- optional application scope (menu of user-project-name, source plugin-name, thread, ...)

I can go to the Workspace Preferences to unhate.


        Ed Willink

On 28/05/2014 13:41, Gunnar Wagenknecht wrote:
Am 28.05.2014 um 14:38 schrieb Carsten Reckord <reckord@xxxxxxxx>:

I would file a bug, but I'm not sure for which component. Would this be
something that every marker contributor (e.g. CDT or JDT) had to do on their
own? Or is it something that the Platform can provide?
This needs to be one for JDT and one for CDT (and any other plug-in contributing warnings). Only the plug-ins know *if* and when *what* preference to turn on/off. The base implementation could live in resources, though.


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