Re: Enable/Disable Vs Yes/No
Bypass Control - Enable Disable Bypass Control - Yes No
The two choices presented leave too much room for misinterpretation.
For clarity, I'd change the label to "Enable Bypass Control?" and leave the buttons as Yes and No. That seems unambiguous, even if you have to omit the question mark for stylistic reasons.
By the way, a well labeled check box would show the current state, as well as provide the means to change the state, which may be a more useful solution.
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