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  • chrisjj
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    OK! Thanks for listening.

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  • Chris
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    Chris,

    Thank you for the suggestion, but we do not intend to change this behavior.

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  • chrisjj
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    > Can you describe a case where you find it useful to remember the active tab?

    Every case.

    > The only one I can think of is if the exit was an accident

    Not sure what you mean by "accident", but certainly is was requested but undesired.

    > which should be rare.

    It is approx 100% of the cases in which Cancel is used, I suggest.

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  • Erik
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    Can you describe a case where you find it useful to remember the active tab? The only one I can think of is if the exit was an accident which should be rare. I think the most common scenario for cancelling the save is that the user wants to deal with the unsaved tab. In this case, reverting to the remembered tab would be very undesirable.

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  • chrisjj
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    > This is intended behavior.

    I that deserves review. Cancel means cancel. A cancelled operation should not change the app state.

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  • Chris
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    Chris,

    This is intended behavior. My view is if there is an unsaved file and you click Cancel after trying to exit, then you should probably review or finish editing that file so you can close BC.

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  • chrisjj
    started a topic 459 Cancelled exit fails to preserve tab selection

    459 Cancelled exit fails to preserve tab selection

    If with one FC unsaved tab, I am on a second tab, clicking File | Exit, Cancel leaves me on the first tab.
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