Akkana Peck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> Naming conflicts in files are another reason I frequently expand
> the dialog.  I often save successive images to similar names. 
> For instance, I might have lesson6-step1.jpg, lesson6-step2.jpg,
> lesson7-step1, etc.  The autocomplete in the dialog will only
> complete up up to the first conflict, and after that, my choices are:
> - type out the whole "6-step2.jpg" part (with the old dialog,
>   I could have typed 6<tab> and not had to type "-step.jpg");
> - arrow down through the list until I get to a file with a
>   similar name (and then hit return, reminding myself that return in
>   this case doesn't actually save to the name I chose, only loads
>   that name into the text field and I'll still be able to edit it; I
>   have a hard time making myself hit return in a save as dialog when
>   I'm pointed at a file that already exists and I don't want to
>   overwrite); or
> - expand the dialog, scroll down, and click on one of the existing
>   filenames so that I can edit it.

You missed the obvious choice:

- hit the Tab key to autocomplete (just like in the old dialog)

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