We have been seeing a number of instances where python scripts fail due to an apparent "syntax error" but the syntax is correct and simply storing the method restores it to functionality. Anyone else seeing this?

How do you mean "fail"?

Often times, if you have an error, save, test, and then use the back
button, you'll see the old syntax error, even though the contents are
the new (and correct) version.

If you just revisit the script (click on the id in the breadcrumbs) the
message will go away.

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