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#306 User asked to save even if changes not made

Release_3.4
open-works-for-me
nobody
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2011-06-11
2011-06-11
Anonymous
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Anuj Sharma
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Tested on V3.4.0.8
OS: Win Vista

Steps to Recreate:
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1) Open the Buddi application
2) Press Ctrl+Q to quit the application

Actual:
Unsaved Changes prompt appears stating there are unsaved changes.Do you want to save.

Although I didn't use the application, it is till asking to save.

Expected:
The application should have closed without the unsaved changes prompt if no changes are made

Discussion

  • Wyatt
    Wyatt
    2011-06-11

    Is this after loading an existing data file, or when opening the application from scratch? If opened from scratch, it *is* a new document, and it asks to save by design. (Most applications do this).

    I can't reproduce this bug when loading an existing data file.

     
  • Wyatt
    Wyatt
    2011-06-11

    • status: open --> open-works-for-me
     
  • Anuj Sharma
    Anuj Sharma
    2011-06-11

    I tested it with both scenarios and the defect is still reproducible.

    1) Open Buddi
    2) Create a new "Test Account"
    3) Add some amount and save the account
    4) Save all and press Ctrl+Q
    5) Open the application and and open the account you just saved
    6) Press Ctrl+Q with focus on the account window

    Prompt appears.

     
  • Wyatt
    Wyatt
    2011-06-11

    Hmm, doesn't happen for me (on OSX). Perhaps it is a Windows thing. Unfortunately I don't have any Vista test machines... I'll see if I can reproduce it next time I am somewhere with a Vista box.

    Anyway, thanks for the tip!

    Cheers

     
  • Wyatt
    Wyatt
    2011-10-22

    As of revision 1770 there was a fix which prevents Ctrl+C from marking the data file as needing to be saved. Not sure if this would make a difference, but it's worth a shot...