[ros-dev] Role of UI coordinator and committing graphical
maarten.paul at bosma.de
Thu Oct 27 22:32:27 CEST 2005
"Turn Off..." calls ExitWindowsDialog in Shell32, but because it is not
implemented yet in ReactOS nothing will happen.
"Terminate ROS Explorer" does what the name suggests: explorer gets
terminated. Under windows that means that you can start windows explorer
under ros it means that it shuts down.
Casper Hornstrup wrote:
>Why do we need both "Turn Off..." and "Terminate ROS Explorer"? Does
>"Terminate ROS Explorer" go to the console? If so, then why not call it
>"Go to console" instead? Yes, I don't run ReactOS much - shame on me ;-)
>... are usually used when there isn't enough space left to write what you
>want to write. There is lots of space here to write "Log Off User" and
>"Turn Off Computer".
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