When I first saw this changed I was puzzled by it given the presence of Cmd/Ctrl-W which already closes the window and which still works. And yes its handy to have a periodic save which does not close the editor. But I'm also puzzled by something else. The update notes say this :
- Command-S from a notes edit window now also closes the window, if it is displayed over a pane
What does "if it is displayed over a pane" mean ? I have tried putting it to the side of my workspace over the desktop and it still closes on cmd-S.
So while I would prefer this change were reverted I am curious why it was done - it was clearly intentional. I also note that it was restricted to notes and not applied to tools. And no, I'm not advocating that it be applied there too, but I don't understand why those two editors are not basically identical functionally.
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