[Users] Bug candidate - Trash button has an incorrect name (at least in Spanish translation)

Brad Rogers brad at fineby.me.uk
Sun Jan 10 18:25:26 CET 2016

On Sun, 10 Jan 2016 17:00:18 +0100
Ralf Hutter <rhutter at posteo.de> wrote:

Hello Ralf,

>It would make sense to call that button "Move to Trash" in order to
>indicate an action that is applied to the current message. That would
>avoid misunderstandings.

Most of the buttons in the toolbar imply some sort of action:

(move to) Next (message)
(move to) Spam
(move to) Wastebin
Forward (message to...)
(reply to) Sender

and so on.

If people can figure out what the implication is for most buttons, why
not all?  Why single out the Trash button?  Let's face it, 99% of the
people that use CM are quite intelligent and fairly adept at figuring
things out.

Perhaps adding an arrow (as per Reply, All, Sender, Get Mail & Forward
buttons) *may* be helpful, to connote an action.  I'll concede that it is
the odd one out in that context.

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        / _)rad        never immediately apparent"
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