Hi. I've just started using PgDesigner today and I like it! I pretty much created a new project and started cracking at modelling the database for a new application, which was fine and dandy. As everyone who works on code, I have a trigger-happy CTRL+S habit, so I never lose any work by sudden crashes and such: it's just natural to CTRL+S from time to time. Anyway, about half an hour in designing later, PgDesigner crashed on me because of what seems to be a Null object:
CObjectContainer.RemoveRelationFields.1373: #13: Null object
That sucked, but hey, I don't check for Null objects everywhere in all of my code either, so I can relate. What I found when I restarted the program though was a little disturbing: I found nothing. Why? Because you have to press CTRL+ALT+S to save a file, instead of CTRL+S, which is the de facto standard. I would urge you to think about this for a little longer, it would be a bad thing if people lose their work, while they continuously think they've actually saved the file. CTRL+S seems to be ignored, so why don't you support both?