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It's far too easy to close a Window within sqlitestudio and with it lose all the work / coding carried out in that window. The same thing happens if for some reason sqlitestudio abends.
Please add an option to save all Windows and contents to disk so that they can be named, closed and reopened from disk, even if inadvertently closed with one stray mouse click. As an alternative add a config option to enable a confirmation dialogue if a user attempts to close a non-empty window.
Lost a day's coding work a few minutes back with one stray and inadvertent click of the mouse .... poof, up in smoke without any warning or way of getting it back.
That sounds wrong. The way it is implemented now, when you close application, it should bring all windows back after next start. If you had uncommited data/structure editions, it should warn you that you have uncommited changes and if you're sure you want to close. Also any SQL queries you have in SQL Editor windows should be restored for you upon next start.
Isn't it working like that for you?