Last modified: 2011-10-12 01:16:47 UTC
Editors who select the Move tab when editing a page are sent to a special page where they are only presented one option, a
"Move page" button. While sophisticated users realize they can simply not click that button, go elsewhere and nothing will
happen, less sophisticated users may think they are already committed to perform some move action. Good design suggest they
should see a "Cancel" button as well.
Fixed in HEAD, will be in 1.6
That's a link, not a button. Bloody ugly, too.
(In reply to comment #2)
> That's a link, not a button. Bloody ugly, too.
To be consitent with the cancel link on edit page :o)
Ugh, it has to be said, this whole thing is one of the dumbest ideas ever.
Browsers have a back button for reason and there's no reason why we need to
duplicate it. A cancel button is sometimes warranted, like if you're purchasing
something and have already given your billing details but this is not one of
those cases, there's no reason anyone would think that simply backing away from
the form without following the "Move Page" button would do anything unexpected.
Reccomending this be reverted and WONTFIX-ed
noob would :)
But i agree on revert / wontfix!
Click "back" in your browser. Resolving WONTFIX.
Removed from code.