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 "Button" to save changes 
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Post "Button" to save changes
This applies to several areas of functionality.

1. When changes are made to a user module, there is no option (button, context menu choice) to save the changes. I assume the changes get committed to the database when moving to another record. I have a cmt user module where I develop sermon notes and stay on the same record for many hours at a time. I work on a laptop so it may include several suspend/resume cycles. It would be very helpful to have an option to easily save changes I have made.

2. It would be helpful if there were a prompt to save changes to a layout at two times - selecting another layout or exiting the program. Something like a popup that says "Layout XYZ has changed - save changes?" with Yes and No buttons, maybe a check box for "Never show this prompt again".

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therapon


Wed Jan 10, 2018 3:17 pm
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Post Re: "Button" to save changes
On point one, there is a context menu item to save changes, or use the universally known? Ctrl+s to save.

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Wed Jan 10, 2018 3:32 pm
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Post Re: "Button" to save changes
Sorry, hadn't read the other 15 lines above to get to that one!


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