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In NVDA's Configuration profiles dialog, select a profile, and press alt+d or activate the "delete" button.
The "Confirm deletion" prompt appears. Options are Yes or No.
Pressing escape should select no and close the dialog without deleting, however it does nothing. There is no need for a "cancel" button as "No" performs the same function.
Not high priority, however potentially opens up possibility of inadvertently deleting a configuration profile if someone accidentally opens the delete prompt and thinks they have dismissed it with escape.
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I can understand why we have the buttons we do - it IS a yes / no question
- and there is no difference between saying "no" and pressing a "cancel"
button. I don't think adding a cancel button would add confusion if there
isn't an easy way to simply catch someone pressing the escape key and
activate the no button if they do?
Pressing `ESC` while the configuration profile "Confirm Deletion" prompt is active now dismisses the dialog. To do this, the wording was changed, and the `yes/no` buttons were replaced with `ok/cancel` buttons.
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