Feature request - Usability/Performance related - by Tom Roush

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ID 253524 Comments
Status Closed Workarounds
Type Bug Repros 1
Opened 1/23/2007 4:36:38 PM
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Description

To enhance the user experience, while waiting for all the various extraneous 
and unnecessary dialogue boxes to open while trying to do things like start jobs, 
get properties on objects, etc, the request is to have a .wav file included in the next 
Service Pack which would play the theme from Jeopardy from the moment a button 
is clicked to the moment the resulting dialogue box is opened up.

This would greatly help users who need something to keep them from banging 
their heads on their desks while waiting... and waiting... and waiting... for something as simple as: 
Enabling a job.  
Viewing steps of a job... 
Viewing properties of a database - 
oh, the list is endless...
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Posted by Anonymous0208 on 7/22/2014 at 6:07 PM
I think in photo gallery there should be a feature where you can add a back to a photo meaning you could combine 2 photos to one file and there is a button to turn it over
Posted by Microsoft on 10/25/2007 at 7:56 AM
Thanks for this feedback. I have converted this request to either a defect (something is broken) or a Design Change Request (something new to add to the product) and so I'll close this ticket out. We will consider your information for SQL Server 2008 or a subsequent release.
Thanks!
- Buck Woody, SQL Server Program Manager
Posted by Microsoft on 1/26/2007 at 11:33 AM
Hi Thomas R,

I gather from your post that the performance in this area is not acceptable to you. We are looking at some areas where we can improve on enumerating items and optimize the user experience.

I have already opened bugs for the general performance related items so I am going to close this one as a repro. But even though it will be closed, it will show up related to the other work items we have relating to performance so your frustration will be noted.

Thank You for using MSConnect,

Terrence Nevins
SQL Server Program Manager