Is it really a KO requirement that all the Settings dialogs/(and children dialogs) to be
E.g. one big inconvenient is when working on 'file templates':
In this case it would be very practical to be able to open files for consequent copy and paste, or
when pressing "Apply" to be able to access the new menu, to test if what's generated is OK(and not
for a simple coma or semicolon to close all popup windows and to reopen all again).
Another example is the "errors". It has many settings that would improve productivity, but most of
the users don't use them (only the default scheme) because it's very complicated to check them:
Usually one would have a test file and change settings to see how/if they apply, but to reopen/close
all the modal dialogs again and again it's just too much for 'fine tunning' of one project.
I can think that this the same for many other settings where the user would need to access the IDE
while changing some of the settings (because these settings are not just a simple checkbox).
Thanks in advance,