One setting in our app has to be as follows:
For a certain scenario, the user select whether he wants:
- Always use option X
- Or always use option Y
- Or, depending on a dynamic flag, use X or Y (he also need to select the dynamic flag in this case)
We're roughly thinking of the following:
|-- Action on Event-XY ------ | | (o) Generate Warning | ( ) Generate Error | ( ) Error, if variable > 0, else Warning: [Combobox to choose variable flag] | |-----------------------------
What I'm trying to come up with is an elegant solution to the third radio button. (I'm not set on radio buttons, it just seemed to make the most sense.)
As you can see, the user can choose from a set of "variables" and that flag-var is then used as a bool to decide dynamically if the Event raises an Error or a Warning.
There are two problems here:
- The combobox that is part of the line for the radio button seems a bit odd
- The text to explain what can be chosen in the combobox is far too long and too complicated.
Any ideas how to map the functionality to the GUI more elegantly?