Opened 12 years ago
Site Manager Save Button
|Reported by:||Phil Carroll||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||Site Manager Save Button||Cc:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:||Windows 7|
At present, the only way to save edits in the Site Manager is to use the OK button. This also exits the SiteManager. Suppose you have much editing to do? (Precisely my situation as a new user transfering a list of sites from a different ftp program)
I lost approximately an hour of edits by inadvertently touching the Esc key while setting up a complicated folder tree with many sites. The only alternative to inadvertent data loss is very tedious. Namely, click OK after each trivial edit, then re-enter the editor, resetting the tab selection, among other things.
Please add a Save button to the Site Manager. Clicking the button would save the current state of the SiteManager file so that a subsequent Cancel (or the Esc key!) would not lose all of one's work.
Saving a file seems like an almost trivial feature to add.