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I can tell you from personal experience that this sort of information is
critical, especially where the software does not present a consistent
interface. You'll be doing a service to your users, who will appreciate the
verification. Also, you've identified and recorded for your developers
something they can improve in the software's next release.
Also, if I were using your procedures, I would much prefer your second
sample, where you name the specific fields. The first verges on being
redundant (it seems to me that "enabled" *almost* equals "editable") It's
almost a circular definition.