[Inquiry]GNUCash SoC - Implementing Undo
blakdogg at gmail.com
Wed Mar 28 14:10:31 EDT 2007
>Does any other app handle undo this way? Why should gnucash be different?
>What does gnumeric do when you undo a change not on the local workbook
>page/tab? We should do that.
OpenOffice would jump to the scope of the last change, its Undos are global
within the workbook/file. As does Gnumeric.
I think Gnucash accounts are different from Gnumeric workbooks because with
workbooks all the work is done in the workbook. If you were to create a
chart from a spreadsheet that chart is usually part of the workbook that it
is created from, while a report is usually not contained within the
associated accounts. One could argue that a set of Gnucash books is
equivalent to a work book, I wouldn't I see them as more akin to separate
files. I say this because the typical spreadsheet deals with one problem,
while Gnucash is broader.
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