> On Feb 14, 2018, at 10:07 AM, Peter P. <peterpar...@fastmail.com> wrote:
> * Dan Wilcox <danomat...@gmail.com> [2018-02-13 18:18]:
>> As a follow up, I've added a print confirmation so you at least know what's
>> going on:
>> saved console to: /some/file/pdwindow.txt
> I see. I guess I would already wonder before I'd get that confirmation
> printed and possibly abort saving.
Well it does set the default file name to "pdwindow.txt" but I suppose that's
not enough of an indication.
>> As you suggest, the better fix would be to dynamically change the menu item
>> listing but that requires an additional translation and extra code. If the
>> main issue for you was "What was I saving?/Why did I save the console?",
>> maybe this small confirmation print will suffice for now?
> Dynamically changing sounds complicated. What about a second "Save Pd
> window as..." entry below the "Save as..." entry, where the latter one
> would always save the patch?
But which patch? If you have 10 canvas windows open and select the Pd window
and do "Save as..." how does Pd know which one should be saved by default? All
of them? I'd find that *more* confusing. As it is now, the behavior makes a
little more sense in that you're asking the Pd window to save it's contents as,
you get a log text file. If you ask a canvas window to save it's contents as,
you get a pd patch.
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