Hello,

I played a little bit with online IDE, wrote some text in panel screen and somehow hit F5. My text was gone :)

So naturally i started searching for an auto-save option but wasn't lucky. By auto-save i mean that IDE stores the state of my work and when i return to IDE after browser crash or what ever reason my uncommitted session state is restored back on screen (IDE could ask the user before restoring the state).

Haven't you considered to implement such feature in the near future? I think it would be useful especially when using this tool as main development framework as it can prevent the risk of losing important work.

Regards, Mindaugas

asked 28 Sep '13, 08:12

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Hi Mindaugas,

Thanks for the feedback. I've opened a ticket for this feedback in our issue tracking system. Much appreciated.

Kind Regards, Yalim

(28 Sep '13, 08:19) Yalim Gerger ♦♦
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