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Check box for back button: "Don't ask me again" (No. 7)
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See T195721: As a user who's editing a text box, I can click on a back arrow to reset the box’s content to what it was when the edit conflict occurred. This back arrow prompts a confirmation, which I see each time I click on the back button.

Acceptance Criteria

  • Have a check box saying "Don't ask again" in the confirmation dialogue.
  • If the box is checked and the user clicks on "cancel" or "discard", they won't see the confirmation in the future.

Event Timeline

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Do we know any background on this? Was it only one user asking for this setting or multiple ones? I would like to have UX conduct a bit of desktop research on issues like that in case we decide to pick this up. keywords: warning messages when discarding changes. I would believe there are differences between apple and android users for example. Also: I shere a way to get the warning back in case I would like to have that?