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On Fri, Dec 18, 2015 at 04:42:50PM +0100, Jan Holesovsky wrote:
+ Save button behavior (Samuel)

    + Save contains "Save as" and "Save remote" in a dropdown
    + Dropdown was disabled when "Save" was disabled
        -> Made the button dropdown only when save disabled
    + However, this is quite irritating (button has two different modes, user doesn't know why he 
can't click save and later he can)
    + Also users missing indication whether document is saved
    + possible solutions:
        + make only the dropdown active
        + move the functionality to Save As
    + what do you want from that button? (Heiko)
        + is there a good reason to disable Save in the first place? (Heiko)
            + we already have a user setting to enable Save all the time (Kendy)
    + moving to Save As is a problem: wanted to hide it in the default toolbar
    + Save status is in the status bar too (Kendy)
        + not many people know about that though (Heiko)
        + the information could be in the tooltip; even with additional info (Document is saved / 
Document is modified / ...) (Kendy) +1 (Stuart)
        + eg. MSO has that enabled all the time (Samuel)

We could add "Edited" (or "Modified") to the title bar, like Apple
Keynote/Pages/Numbers do (they do not have "Save" in the toolbar, but
the menu item is always active too).


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