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"Please Select the Files You Wish to Save" dialog pops up twice on quit #1718

mitchell-as opened this Issue Jun 17, 2016 · 1 comment


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mitchell-as commented Jun 17, 2016

Short Summary

When I want to quit, Komodo twice asks me to select files to save if I have unsaved files (even if there's only one unsaved file).

Steps to Reproduce

  1. Open Komodo.
  2. Create a new blank file.
  3. Type something to make the file dirty.
  4. Quit Komodo (e.g. Alt+F4)
  5. I get the "Please select the files you wish to save" dialog with my dirty file.
  6. Click "Don't save".
  7. That same dialog pops up again.
  8. Extra credit: While this second dialog is open, I can click "Cancel" and Komodo will still quit. In the first dialog, clicking "Cancel" prevents the quit.

Expected results

I should only have to decline a save once.

Actual results

It prompts me twice.

Platform Information

Komodo Edit or IDE? IDE
Komodo Version? X
Operating System (and version)? Linux

Additional Information

-- eg. Error logs, screenshots, workarounds --


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cgchoffman commented Jun 17, 2016

Making priority. This has been around for a while and is very annoying.

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