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Posted on 2004-10-02
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Everytime I press F12 I mutter to myself "of course I want to save the changes - Argh!"
When a warning is repeated every time, it ceases to be a warning and becomes a nuisance.
How can I turn off the "Save changes to" Yes/No dialog box?
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You can have it preview using a temp file and it won't ask you to save (and also won't save). This option is in PREFERENCES / PREVIEW IN BROWSER.

You can also press Ctrl + S before F12, like I do.

I don't think you can set something like "autosafe before preview".

Best regards,

Esopo.
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I'll see if I can work with that.  
Thanks Esopo!
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