Hello David, On Sat, 09 Apr 2005 17:27:19 +0200, David Rey wrote: > On Sat, 09 Apr 2005 16:53:15 +0200, Jens Langner wrote: > >> The point is that if you have a large amount of mails in the incoming >> folder (like I do) and you click on "Filter" by accident, there is >> currently no possible to cancel that operation and that's why I >> considered that having a confirmation requester even for the incoming >> folder is a sensible and good choice. > > The sensible approach would be to have a cancellable filtering process > (everything should be abortable, really), possibly as a button in the > status bar as NewsRog does. Cluttering the program with requesters all > over the place is annoying. And yes, I have suffered that problem > myself, but being punished with a requester every time is not an > improvement for me. Sure I do fully agree, and introducing multithreading is really an item with a high priority on my list. But for the time being I would prefer to keep the requester as on other folders the requester also appears and it is better to be safe than sorry :) cheers, jens -- Jens Langner Ph: +49-351-4716545 Lannerstrasse 1 01219 Dresden Jens.Langner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx Germany http://www.jens-langner.de/ The computing field is always in need of new cliches. -- Alan Perlis _______________________________________________________________________ YAMOS developers mailing list - http://www.freelists.org/list/yamos-dev Listserver help.......: yamos-dev-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, subject "HELP" Unsubscribe....: yamos-dev-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, subject "UNSUBSCRIBE"