I do my source control via TortoiseSVN plugged-in to Windows Explorer, rather than via a plug-in to Eclipse. So when I begin a work session, I do an SVN update from Explorer, then dive in to work in CFB.
If I have any files open in CFB that had been updated by the SVN Update process, I'm asked to update them. However there's a non-conformity in how I'm asked. Sometimes I get a confirmation popup asking me if I want to update the file... sometimes the screen is simply blank except for a prompt to press F5 to update the file (I think this is Eclipse's standard treatment of this). It might be that CFCs have the confirm pop-up and other files (XML and CFM in my current situation) have the F5 prompt. But why is there a difference? Is there a good reason, or is this case of different CFB team members doing different parts of the UI, and handling it differently, or something?
This is a trivial thing, sure, but having a uniform UI on an app adds to its perceived polish.