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FR: Possibility to make "Save and continue" the default, instead of "Save" #590

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eminos opened this Issue Apr 7, 2016 · 7 comments

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eminos commented Apr 7, 2016

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kretzm commented Apr 11, 2016

+1 to this.

Rather the "save" functionality be the same as the "save and continue" functionality. It's very annoying to save your work then to be taken out of that page. If there is no autosave feature then I would expect to click on "save" which would then asynchronously save my current work and let me continue editing (as mentioned by eminos in #591).

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lesaff commented Apr 11, 2016

There is the Cmd-S for OSX or Ctrl-S for Windows keyboard shortcut that is available in the CP. It's equivalent to save and continue.

I agree, Auto-save is a good feature to have.

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jeremydouglas commented Jul 7, 2016

Woo! I have high hopes for "save and continue" to be the default for editing entries.

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1stevengrant commented Jul 7, 2016

would be great to see 'save and add another' as well

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jasonvarga commented Aug 23, 2017

In the next release (2.5.5 2.6.5), your most recent "save" or "save and continue" selection will be treated as the default.

So click save and continue once, then the button will change.
Also, cmd+s has always saved and continued.

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1stevengrant commented Aug 23, 2017

@jasonvarga are we going back in time?

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jasonvarga commented Aug 23, 2017

D'oh.

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