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 One icon needed in the context menu 
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Post One icon needed in the context menu
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You have a handy X icon beside the menu item "Delete module" in Bookview.

You do not have any icon beside the similar item "Delete current/selected topic(s)" in Bookview topic trees. (see screenshots)

With five other options on the context menu, the users has to read each one briefly, to make sure he has the right item. You could make it much easier if you included the same X icon beside "Delete current/selected topic(s)" because the reader would not have to read anything, but merely look for the red X. It would be faster and a bit easier on the eyes. You already realized that, I'm sure, because that is probably the reason that you put the red X beside the menu item "Delete module" in Bookview.

It would probably be wise to put the same icon on any other similar menu item, throughout the program, if there are others.

Of course this is a small issue, but I think it was worth mentioning.


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