Lol, I have nothing against non-modal dialogs (I'm fond of
eclipse ;-))

Was a remark that just by switching off/on modality/non-modality will
not cut it some cases. That you need more application changes for some
dialogs than that to make non-modality work properly. What I was
thinking off were dialogs that are involved with database transactions
(repository dialog or so), or that change a singleton.


On Feb 7, 1:12 am, "Tim Pigden" <tim.pig... (AT) optrak (DOT)> wrote:
> Sorry, Sven I haven't been following this closely so may be barking up
> the wrong tree. But I quite often look at input / output fields while
> editing transformation dialogs.
> Tim Pigden

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