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    Default Unanswered: [All] Replace alert dialogs with toasts

    Unanswered: [All] Replace alert dialogs with toasts


    Can you please replace alert dialogs with non-modal toasts in the SA IDE (not the framework)

    This gets rather irriating when you have an autoLoad store that is misconfigured and you then need to endure three alerts and click ok three times before you can fix the issue. This should be a warning, not a blocking alert, not that any alert in the app should be modal.

    A nicely styled simple popup that fades out would be perfect for info. Make it smaller than the alert also. (you already mark it as an error on the model, so why twice?)

    My peeve is just in alert dialogs in general tho... don't see the need for them.
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    Agree. +1

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