I wish I had your well-trained users! Mine screw up all the time. Sometimes
it's an accident, sometimes they're just being stupid. Either way, I don't
have the luxury of avoiding "defensive programming". :)

John Taylor

----- Original Message -----
From: "Joe Pluta" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, April 26, 2001 14:07
Subject: RE: No 5250-based applications

> Users can also turn off their green screen every time they hit enter, Ken.
> This is where end user training comes in.  Although I wonder if you can't
> even catch that keystroke with a simple Javascript.  But even if you
> I'm not going to program against a user doing an Alt-leftarrow.  I will
> remove the Back button so they don't do it accidentally, but I'm not going
> to worry about the "aggressively difficult" user.
> Joe

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