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From: "Michael A. Chase" <mchase AT ix DOT netcom DOT com>
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Subject: New Version Display Values in choose.cc
Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2001 13:32:22 -0700
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I'm seeing both "Keep" and "Skip" as I rotate through the actions in the
choose dialog box for modules that are already installed.  Aren't they
basically synonyms in that case?  I can see where to skip "Skip" if the
module is installed, but I might be missing a reason for showing both.
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