A user has a new, never-saved document open in DrJava. He attempts to Quit and is prompted whether he wants to save the file. He clicks the "Yes" button, and a "Save As..." dialog is displayed. He decides to cancel the dialog, perhaps because he cannot remember the name of the class and wants to find it in the document. Rather than cancelling the Quit process and returning him to DrJava, this instead cancels only the save dialog. DrJava quits, taking his open, unsaved document with it. The user commences cursing DrJava and its developers for causing him to lose data. . . .
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