The current behavior is that when I press the power button on my keyboard, my unit instantly powers down.
The desired behavior is that when I press the power button (unless, I suppose, there were a way to distinguish between a short press and long-hold-and-press), I would be prompted with a confirmation script, even one as simple as "Are you sure?"
I've been meaning to post about this, but I haven't remembered to bring it up the aftermath when I've accidentally pressed the power button in the past. I'm just grateful it hasn't happened to me lately. *fingers crossed*
I guess depending on the user this is either a common courtesy or an obtrusive script. But it feels almost as elemental, if not more so, than being able to turn off a car while it's in drive—should it really be so easy?
Like most Chromebook keyboards, the power button on my ACER C740-C4PE is directly above the <backspace> key. As a result, I have become increasingly cautious in my keystrokes since installing Bodhi. "Save early, save often" has become almost a mantra when I'm typing. However, this is one of those occasions that I actually I would like to be able to rely on my operating system to help protect me from myself.