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  1. Hey there, just realized, that when closing a document that has modifications that are not saved yet, the given "Document is about to close, ..." pop up does not highlight/select the "Yes"-button first and therefore can not quickly be confirmed with the enter/return-key. Even worse, I am accustomed to quickly hit the tabulator key once to highlight the "No"-button and then the return-/enter-key to close documents I don't need anymore. All other software I can think of behaves this way - why doesn't Affinity? This often resulted in unwanted selection of the "Yes"-button and therefore the resulting in a wrong action. What do you think? Anyone else thinks this way? Greetings, Joe
  2. Hi. When closing a work, you now have to press TAB twice to get to the "No" mark on the popup. I've saved over a couple of overworked files because of this, which I did not want to save. The default in all Windows software is to have "Yes" highlighted. In the updated version of Affinity Photo none of them is highlighted. Best regards, Roy.
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