On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 8:51 PM, Erwin Brandstetter
> - Do not warn, if data has not changed
OK, that's the hard one. I don't know how we can do that without some
fairly extensive work. I'll add it to the todo list. On the plus side,
that's an annoyance, not a data loss bug.
> - Do warn, if data has changed. Not only at attempts to close the window,
> but also on any attempt to requery, including sort/filter.
I've committed a patch that should fix this.
> While being at it, requery _every_ time [OK] is clicked - as opposed to
> [Cancel] - in the sort/filter dialog.
> It is futile to check for changes in filter/sort, as the underlying data
> may have changed, and it is confusing if a meaningless whitespace makes all
> the difference.
> The user can always click [Cancel] if he does not want to requery.
That's more of a debatable change but I think you're correct and have
committed the change.
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