- What browsers show this problem?
Chrome and Firefox on MacOS
- Please share an example project (if possible).
- Describes the steps to reproduce this issue.
- Create a new project
- Add blocks
- Press command + S
- What does Snap! currently do?
Snap! currently saves the project to the server and shows the browser dialog to save the current web page as an HTML document
- What should Snap! do instead?
Snap! should just save the project to the server without also triggering the built-in browser dialog.
oh, just tried it out and, yeah, I'm wrong, it's the same for windows.
Hello and welcome to the forums, @zakkolar!
This is a feature of your browser and thus not a Snap! bug. You are right that this is not the expected behaviour though.
Since you have the good fortune to have a Mac, you can use control-S to save a project, rather than command-S. You may have to click in the scripting area before the first time.