The program behaved correctly giving you the chance to check your system. It looks like Java initialization has not been completed yet after the Mac start. I don't think the user needs the old style Windows 95 prompts such as "Are you sure?" accompanied by the loud beep. When you click the Reset button, you know what you are doing. Or we can go all the way for triple confirmation such as "Are you really sure"? because the user might click the wrong button by accident in the second pop-up as well?
> I don't think the user needs the old style Windows 95 prompts such as "Are you sure?"
I agree, but why then are these prompts in there (at other points)?
The problem is that this command strips down a lot or even all of your settings (I strongly assume). This is not about "Do you really want to save this segment?". It is like mounting an emergency exit in a plane with only one easy-to-open lock. Indeed, no problem for passengers with parachutes.
> It looks like Java initialization has not been completed yet after the Mac start.
Just wondering: Even with the integrated Java Engine?
This window is actually going to open after doing a first start on a new started Mac. After the second start everything works again.
This means without clicking the left button, only the right one. I really hope there is another prompt before resetting CafeTran, just to avoid losing all your settings by an accidental click.