In Scribble, which AFAIK, is part of the MOS revision release, came as a new version with MOS v3.9. So, I saw there were changed options to Save a file to CMD+w (which seems to have been changed from CMD+s - fairly standard option across many platforms) and Save As has been changed to CMD+s (from CMD+z - which seems a far more logical and standard saving method than what has now replaced it).
Even more troubling is that CMD+W (Upper Case W) is now used for Save ALL, which used to be CMD+w (Lower Case w).
So, I have to ask, has some mix-up occurred during the coding of the choice of the saving options?
I have to say that, as I am so used to using the other methods of saving that I have replaced the new version of Scribble with one of my older release versions - just to save the confusion of saving the wrong file/overwriting a file inadvertently, by pressing what would now be the incorrect key qualification.
If possible please return the keyboard saving options to their more standard original ones.
** EDIT ** Nicholai (developer) pointed out that I can input different keyboard shortcuts, basically to my own choice, by amending them in the settings for Scribble, which I probably had forgotten about, but have now done, which has resolved this matter - so there is no need to reply to this issue with MOS 3.9. ** End of EDIT **
I should also mention that I am also noticing strange download speeds being quoted by OWB in the Download window giving me spurious quotes of downloads of 3.9Gb, and sometimes 560kB for all my downloads, ( 20 active download files at a time) when my broadband service offers/supplies me with a maximum 412kb service (I know I can get a much faster service if I wanted, but it's all I need) when it is running, but the system sems to be saying it is handling much faster speeds than it is capable of.
I am often getting lock-ups, stalling of activity of USB data lines, saving to HDD/USB stick on a USB spur, seems to be the main issue during protracted periods of downloading which my system did not suffer from when using v3.7 (never installed v3.8 - too many problems with it for me to consider installing it, for my liking).
The whole system then seems to hang, and I cannot save a document or other file, during this problem, while doing some downloading, to any other HDD on the system, and so I lose all the data in the currently being worked on file, which is really very annoying, which again, never happened when I was using v3.7.
Anyone else suffering the same issues/concerns?
[ Edited by NewSense On 2015/7/25 1:26 ]
[ Edited by NewSense On 2015/7/26 2:53 ]
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