Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
When a user saves to Plain SVG and tries to close a document, what he sees is:
"The file \"%s\" was saved with a format (%s) that may cause data
"Do you want to save this file as an Inkscape SVG?"
and the choice of buttons is:
"Dont' save", "Cancel" and "Save as SVG"
Are you as puzzled as I am? :)
What would be the difference between "Don't save" and "Cancel"?
which SVG will the image be saved upon clicking "Save as SVG"?
Surely the difference between "Don't save" and "Cancel"
is that "Don't
save" closes the document without saving it, and "Cancel" does not close
the document. I assume "Save as SVG" means "Save as Inkscape SVG",
is probably too long a string to put on a button, but seen as the user
has just saved as a Plain SVG it doesn't make any sense for it to mean
"Save as Plain SVG", so it seems intuitive to me.