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This is in response to Michael's report (annoying commit popup):

I edited the contents, TODO and meta tags. For most parts, I saved the changes (but did not 
I did publish a few pages later.

But I never faced the "commit" pop up (unless this the box where you have to enter a string before 

But I did face several other issues:

1. When I edited the pages, often the editor would not work where the cursor is, but 2-3 character 
    Thus I constantly had the feeling of being squint-eyed. 
    I had a lot of trouble deleting some character- Mostly I ended up deleting the wrong characters.
    (Reporting for Firefox 3.6.13 running on Windows XP, SP-3)

2. If authors save but do not publish, Silverstripe does not show those changes at all.
    Only published changes are shown. This is a far worse issue. 
    You have to read the entire page and see if you still like it.
    Imagine what would happen if multiple people edited the same page and just saved it.

3. There is no diff with a saved version. Only published versions can be diff'd.

4. There is no find-and-replace facility. I had entered "LibO" and wanted to change it to 
    The only way to correct that was to find each instance and paste "LibreOffice" from the 


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