What's a more fun and creative way to say ok in the context of an web interface popup window button? In English one could say okay, okey-dokey, roger that, yup, right on, sure.

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For pop-ups about cookies privacy, "J'ai compris !" is very common, which is equivalent to the English "Got it!".

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Some other general suggestions:

C'est noté !
Compris ! (abbreviation of J'ai compris)
Bien reçu !


Here are some suggestions:

Pigé !

Reçu cinq sur cinq !

Ça marche !


ça roule ma poule is a nice way to say you are ok with the plan.

  • For a web interface popup window button? Really ? Much too long.
    – None
    Aug 18, 2017 at 12:04
  • Length-wise, «Reçu cinq sur cinq» (proposed elsewhere) is 19 characters and 5 syllables, «Ça roule ma poule» is 18 characters and 4 syllables, so the hen is shorter (at least when we dropped the pronunciation of the E's). Entertaining-wise... Well! This is a matter of taste, but I find «Reçu cinq sur cinq» a lot more formal and less colourful than «Ça roule ma poule». Plus, I also find [ɛ̃k] harsher than [ul], but this again is a matter of personal tastes. Aug 18, 2017 at 20:49
  • @Feelew I agree it is a personal opinion my comment also applies to all proposals that are over 2 words or 10 characters long. And for others I'd even drop the exclamation mark that takes two spaces in French.
    – None
    Aug 19, 2017 at 6:22
  • I find it a bit old fashionned nowadays...
    – Laurent S.
    Jun 3, 2018 at 17:56

D'acc (forme courte de D'accord)


More suggestions :

  • Ok d'acc' !
  • Dacodac !

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