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While I can see it working without adding a step to the process, I would go the extra mile and: Ask the user. A simple popup saying "Commit changes?" with [yes] and [no] will do, or perhaps allow answers like [yes], [no] and a [cancel] for when it was pressed accidentally. Ideally, offer the option to save whatever answer they gave and use that next time ...


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In short For a new entry: All input should be dismissed and the auto save deleted For when editing an existing entry: The new input should be saved to a separate file. If the user hits OK then overwrite the old file with the new. If the user hits Cancel the new file should be deleted and the value of the entry should load the value of the old file. Eg. ...



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