Podcast #128: We chat with Kent C Dodds about why he loves React and discuss what life was like in the dark days before Git. Listen now.
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I suggest to modify the "dirty flag notification" so it will not ask user "to apply"to "apply" or "to notto "not apply", but to "review the changes" ("stay at that screen", etc) or to "forget the changes" instead, like it's done at this site in a case you want to refresh the page and have unsaved content in a text area:

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I think that this solution is simple and more clear to the user: you have something unsaved here so you may stay and review (apply, etc) or forget it.

I suggest to modify the "dirty flag notification" so it will not ask user "to apply" or "to not apply", but to "review the changes" ("stay at that screen", etc) or to "forget the changes" instead, like it's done at this site in a case you want to refresh the page and have unsaved content in a text area:

Confirm Reload

I think that this solution is simple and more clear to the user: you have something unsaved here so you may stay and review (apply, etc) or forget it.

I suggest to modify the "dirty flag notification" so it will not ask user to "apply" or to "not apply", but to "review the changes" ("stay at that screen", etc) or to "forget the changes" instead, like it's done at this site in a case you want to refresh the page and have unsaved content in a text area:

Confirm Reload

I think that this solution is simple and more clear to the user: you have something unsaved here so you may stay and review (apply, etc) or forget it.

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I suggest to modify the "dirty flag notification" so it will not ask user "to apply" or "to not apply", but to "review the changes" ("stay at that screen", etc) or to "forget the changes" instead, like it's done at this site in a case you want to refresh the page and have unsaved content in a text area:

Confirm Reload

I think that this solution is simple and more clear to the user: you have something unsaved here so you may stay and review (apply, etc) or forget it.

I suggest to modify the "dirty flag notification" so it will not ask user "to apply" or "to not apply", but to "review the changes" ("stay at that screen", etc) or to "forget the changes" instead, like it's done at this site in a case you want to refresh the page and have unsaved content in a text area:

Confirm Reload

I suggest to modify the "dirty flag notification" so it will not ask user "to apply" or "to not apply", but to "review the changes" ("stay at that screen", etc) or to "forget the changes" instead, like it's done at this site in a case you want to refresh the page and have unsaved content in a text area:

Confirm Reload

I think that this solution is simple and more clear to the user: you have something unsaved here so you may stay and review (apply, etc) or forget it.

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I suggest to modify the "dirty flag notification" so it will not ask user "to apply" or "to not apply", but to "review the changes" ("stay at that screen", etc) or to "forget the changes" instead, like it's done at this site in a case you want to refresh the page and have unsaved content in a text area:

Confirm Reload