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Subject:Re: Unset? Can that be a verb? From:Janice Gelb <Janice -dot- Gelb -at- Sun -dot- COM> To:Jenny Greenleaf <jennysubs -at- mac -dot- com> Date:Sun, 28 Feb 2010 08:49:27 +1100
On Feb 28, 2010 8:27AM, Jenny Greenleaf wrote:
> To make it more complicated, you can also specify None as a default, which is probably what they're trying to get to with "Unset". There is a place to set the default config to NONE, but it is in a part of the interface that is very restricted and likely not available to people using the part that contains the "Unset" menu.
Setting "None" as the default means no settings are
set as the default, which is different than deciding
that a previously set default should no longer be the
> What is needed is a way to clear a setting as default without setting anything else as default. So, in this context, an "unset" is needed. I just don't want to call it that. I suppose I could ask the developers to list "none" as one of the configuration options. That would make it clear what you are setting.
Set as Default
Remove as Default
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