User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:13.0a1) Gecko/20120207 Firefox/13.0a1 Build ID: 20120207031136 Steps to reproduce: I started editing the style of a project and it could not save the changes at times. The page has the http://localhost/ prefix in front as I am running it from my local machine over Apache. I saved by clicking the save button and typed in the same file name of the CSS file and saved the file in the same folder to overwrite it. Actual results: A change could not be saved. (I tried saving the change and reloading the page 3 times) Expected results: All changes should be saved. More over, I think the save button should write the latest changes to the original file by default. It makes more sense to have both a 'save' and a 'save as' button.
I think I have encountered this issue by mistake as I have found a copy of the file in another folder. I apologize for the inconvenience which I may have caused, but this shows the frustration the lack of a 'default' save button might cause. Hence this bug should be marked as invalid and a bug to do what has been requested should be opened. Should I do it myself? :-)
What do you mean by "'default' save button" ?
A button to save changes without showing any dialogs. The current one only does that once in a while. I think there should be both a 'save' and a 'save as' button or else only display a dialog to chose the location when creating a CSS file through Style Editor.
(In reply to Daniel Desira from comment #3) > A button to save changes without showing any dialogs. The current one only > does that once in a while. Unnecessary "Save as" dialog has been fixed by bug 699121 :) [landed in Nightly] Also, you can force "Save as" anytime with Ctrl-Shift-S (rather than Ctrl-S).
as per comment 4