can't undo

can't undo
negalima atšaukti statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Kompiuterio pranešimas, kad neįmanoma atlikti komandos ↑atšaukti. Galimos nesėkmės priežastys: nėra ką atšaukti (su atvertu dokumentu dar nebuvo atlikta jokių veiksmų, dokumentas buvo ką tik įrašytas į diską), viršytas leistinas atšaukimų skaičius, programoje nenumatyta prašomo veiksmo atšaukimo galimybė. atitikmenys: angl. can't undo ryšiai: dar žiūrėkatšaukti

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