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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Feature Request - Open Recent / Bug Report

From: Christian Anthon
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Feature Request - Open Recent / Bug Report
Date: Mon, 15 Jun 2009 15:22:05 +0200

gtk has an interface that does this, unfortunately I think we have to
wait until the menu system in gnubg is updated.


On Sat, Jun 13, 2009 at 3:04 AM, Michael Petch<address@hidden> wrote:
> Howdy,
> I was sent this email by a friend this morning. They happen to be a recent
> Snowie convert.
> First they are having serious issues with crashing (4ply). After the weekend
> they will test the new release to see if that has been resolved. The
> constant crashing though gave rise to  a request for  an “Open Recent” menu
> option. Many programs on the file menu now have an “Open Recent” option that
> cascades to a sub list of the last 5 files that were opened via “Open”. I
> know there has been a movement towards cleaning up the user interface, but
> this suggestion doesn’t seem too bad.
> If their crashes are less frequent (or eliminated) with the new release one
> could argue that its not worth it to have open recent. How often do people
> open the same match over and over? If it doesn’t occur often (It doesn’t for
> me) then it might be seen as some as a “nice to have feature” and not
> “needed feature”.
> On 12/06/09 1:59 PM, a friend wrote:
> There is a feature I would like to see added to GNUBG.  If it is not already
> on the GNU wish list, could you please add it?
> I'd like to see the ability to re-open the last 5 analyzed matches from the
> File - Open menu item.  its a little thing, but sure would save time since I
> often want to go back to the last match I saved.  And, with GNU crashing so
> often on my computer, it would just make life easier.
> So far I've crashed twice during a lesson and we had to wait while I got
> everything back.  Most of the crashes happen when I'm doing a 4-ply on a
> play and make the mistake of clicking my mouse anywhere else on the screen.
>  Anyway, its a small thing, but the small things make life so much easier.
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