Command + S triggers save webpage

  1. What browsers show this problem?
    Chrome and Firefox on MacOS
  2. Please share an example project (if possible).
    Not project-specific
  3. Describes the steps to reproduce this issue.
    1. Create a new project
    2. Add blocks
    3. Press command + S
  4. 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
  5. What should Snap! do instead?
    Snap! should just save the project to the server without also triggering the built-in browser dialog.

It's possible to disable the default behavior of keyboard shortcuts using JavaScript. The previous version of Snap! did this.

oh, just tried it out and, yeah, I'm wrong, it's the same for windows.

Hello and welcome to the forums, @zakkolar! :wave:
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.