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Hi all,

 

I have a "problem" with the current "open recent file" behavior.

 

status quo:

- if "file ABC" has been opened and you step into the open recent file menu, choose that file, nothing happens - I see the point, because it is already open

 

BUT

 

if you have altered the file that behavior does not make sense anymore. It even confuses and causes unnecessary clicks if you want to get the file in its original state.

 

BECAUSE

 

- nothing happens if you have chosen to (re)open "file ABC" 

 

 

By other programs I am heavily used to the behavior that I will be prompted by a file dialog (offering the cancel, save change before the file will be loaded or open without saving the modification). That's exactly what I expected here.

 

 

Cheers,

Stefan


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