When deleting a table in Calc, a msg box pops up: "Are you sure you want to delete the selected table?"
This is not neccessary as you can undo deleting a table if you deleted by mistake.
So remove the security question.
Hello, how to trigger this message in Calc? Could you attach test file? Thanks
Use the table menu to create & delete a table.
Forgirve me Samuel, but there is no Table menu in calc. I don't remember this option in calc neither in AOo.
I guess Samuel means Sheet not Table :)
I think 'undo' it's not so reliable.
(In reply to Tomaz Vajngerl from comment #4)
> I guess Samuel means Sheet not Table :)
Yes, thanks, I was re-translating from German :)
(In reply to m.a.riosv from comment #5)
> I think 'undo' it's not so reliable.
Why? Are there any known bugs when undoing a deleted sheet?
Open bugs about undo with calc:
And there are a 36 resolved-fixed
Sorry Samuel, I don't like to be against, but it's my point of view, e.g. sometimes it's no easy to know that an issue comes from an undo, specially with complex spreadsheets, those that usually has several sheets.
And perhaps for people used to work with the keyboard, easier to delete a sheet in an unwanted way.
In any case if for you it's right, don't worry about my opinion.
(In reply to m.a.riosv from comment #7)
> Sorry Samuel, I don't like to be against, but it's my point of view, e.g.
> sometimes it's no easy to know that an issue comes from an undo, specially
> with complex spreadsheets, those that usually has several sheets.
I'm afraid too that relying on Undo here will cause trouble. So a security question for in case someone hits the function by accident, looks reasonable to me.
Following the other commentators and close as WONTFIX.
What we could do is to introduce a "Don't ask again" checkbox with those confirmation dialogs along with an option page to reactive. We did that for the Impress wizard, for example.