Remember directory when saving

2006-09-21
2012-11-13
  • Nobody/Anonymous

    It would be nice if NP++ would remember the last place I saved a file.  If I hit "Save" again, start there (rather than the NP++ directory).

    Thanks for a great tool!

     
    • Sune Marcher

      Sune Marcher - 2006-12-05

      I've sent a patch to Don that fixes this problem (and, as best as I can tell, does not break the "problem with safely removing USB devices"), fixes a few minor issues, and makes the MRU list work more like in other programs... hope he's going to take a look at it.

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      I have the same problem...

       
      • DooGie

        DooGie - 2006-09-26

        Yes I also agree. It would be a great timesaver.

         
        • Nobody/Anonymous

          +
          This is most annoying bug for me

           
          • Al

            Al - 2006-10-31

            I'll chime in on this one as well.

            Please fix this bug.

             
            • Nobody/Anonymous

              Ok, I see where there are many complaints regarding just one problem to a very nice product. What I don't see is any developer responding to when this could possibly be fixed.

              If anyone hears of a ffix, please pass it on,  or if anyone hears of a fix timeline, that would he nice too

              Thank you

              Rick F.
              rickf2@yahoo.com

               
              • Don HO

                Don HO - 2006-11-30

                This question is already answered.

                Don

                 
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      That's right.
      N++ is great, but this feature (or rather misfeature) is annoying.

      Amit

       
    • Mateo1041

      Mateo1041 - 2006-09-26

      I totally agree.  That's why I'm still using an older version of N++ where this worked properly.

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      Totally agree. Please fix it.

       

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