Cancel, OK, yes, no?

  1. These aren't really clear answers to these questions:


    Does clicking "Cancel" cancel the whole message or is it "no" ?


    Ok, the latter is clearer than the first one, but still not very good. Better for both would be "yes" and "no" options. Or is this JavaScript limited?
  2. RealBlackStuff

    RealBlackStuff TS Rookie Posts: 6,503

    From my experience, the Cancel for message receipt means "No".
    Have not tried the other one, why would I?

    I assume this a standard JS script with a variable question-text (or just lazy/lousy programming).

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