I appreciate the need for warning messages at times, but for frequent users some of them get really tedious. For example, if I have a citation in my library and I want to grab the PDF via the “Find Full Text” feature, I see a pop-up warning box with the text:
“Due to copyright issues with full text files, it is important to read and adhere to any downloading or other usage . . .”
OK, I have read it and understand the point now can I please turn it off? Once a user has seen the message a few hundred times I doubt there is any new information value to all but the near brain-dead user. At some point repeatedly displaying a nag screen becomes an annoyance, reduces search speed, and hampers productivity.