Hi, > Hi, > > I think since the application not responding within the timeout is > not > supposed to happen anyways, the app_server might as well ask the user > in > this very unlikely case if it is ok to kill the application. I > wouldn't like > to lose any data either. The assumption that the application is not > responding means it is hung anyways is just that - an assumption. > Many BeOS > apps are not *that* well written (making no exception for myself > here), so > an app "misbehaving" might have all kinds of reasons. Still, as a > user, I > would not like losing data if only for the reason that a programmer > overlooked something. Why should I have to suffer for a fault someone > else > did? Sounds like something like this: - a message: please save your work inside this app, and then press continue which will kill the app ;-) Rudolf.