bugPSPP - Bugs: bug #31588, settings does not...

 
 

bug #31588: settings does not "remain" in dialog

Submitted by:  None
Submitted on:  Mon 08 Nov 2010 06:57:44 PM UTC  
 
Category: Graphical User InterfaceSeverity: 5 - Average
Status: NoneAssigned to: None
Open/Closed: OpenRelease: Future
Effort: 0.00

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Wed 09 Oct 2013 07:06:42 AM UTC, comment #2:

This raises a number of questions. If a dialog defaults to the
settings it had last time it was run, then:

  • What does the reset button do? Does it reset to some hard coded default (empty), or does it reset to the settings when the dialog was opened?
  • If I select a varable X in a dialog, and click OK. Then run a transformation which deletes X. Then reopen the dialog. Variable X would appear selected although it no longer exists. How should such situations be resolved?
John Darrington <jmd>
Project Administrator
Thu 19 Apr 2012 07:38:23 AM UTC, comment #1:

A second Anonymous requested this at bug #36245

John Darrington <jmd>
Project Administrator
Mon 08 Nov 2010 06:57:44 PM UTC, original submission:

Let's say I want to compute frequencies in PSPPIRE. I Open Analyze - Descipritve Statistics - Frequencies and select bunch of variables.

Then I click OK.

And then I go again to Analyze - Descipritve Statistics - Frequencies.

In SPSS I can see all variables I have selected (and if I clicked to draw graphs, that setting remain active too). In PSPPIRE this is not so. I need to set all settings again.

Is it possible to solve this?

Anonymous

 

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