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In a recent discussion in the User's forum of the AlphaTclMailingLists? a proposal was made and subsequently adopted to remove all "Think" support from AlphaTcl. Files that were previously saved as "Think" will in the future be silently transferred to the "MPW" state.

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In a recent discussion in the User's forum of the AlphaTclMailingLists a proposal was made and subsequently adopted to remove all "Think" support from AlphaTcl. Files that were previously saved as "Think" will in the future be silently transferred to the "MPW" state.

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(Bernard) If I may add a few comments, I think that a name like starting with "Save" is misleading because it suggests, when seen in a menu, that it is a command to save something. Keep in mind that we'd like something to use both in the File Format popup and in the SaveAs dialog.

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(bd) If I may add a few comments, I think that a name like starting with "Save" is misleading because it suggests, when seen in a menu, that it is a command to save something. Keep in mind that we'd like something to use both in the File Format popup and in the SaveAs dialog.

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(Aaron) I think I suggested "Save as Plain Text" at some point; but Bernard is right, it sounds like a command.

(Aaron) "Resource Fork" may at some point become misleading if we ever start placing this information somewhere else. We could certainly change it later, but I suspect the user doesn't care *where* it is saved, only that it was saved (or remembered) so I would suggest we choose a name based on what we want done, not how we did it.

(Aaron) Someone also pointed out that if we make MPW the default, then Alpha would go around creating resource forks in files that we open which did not start with resource forks. I agree that this is bad, but I think that if a file is opened which does not have a resource fork, then we should be able to have it set to NONE. The default state would only appear during a "Save As..." or when saving a new file. I'm updating from CVS right now so I can't check if AlphaX behaves correctly currently. If it doesn't I'll see if I can fix it.

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(agm) I think I suggested "Save as Plain Text" at some point; but Bernard is right, it sounds like a command.

(agm) "Resource Fork" may at some point become misleading if we ever start placing this information somewhere else. We could certainly change it later, but I suspect the user doesn't care *where* it is saved, only that it was saved (or remembered) so I would suggest we choose a name based on what we want done, not how we did it.

(agm) Someone also pointed out that if we make MPW the default, then Alpha would go around creating resource forks in files that we open which did not start with resource forks. I agree that this is bad, but I think that if a file is opened which does not have a resource fork, then we should be able to have it set to NONE. The default state would only appear during a "Save As..." or when saving a new file. I'm updating from CVS right now so I can't check if AlphaX behaves correctly currently. If it doesn't I'll see if I can fix it.

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