There is File -> Save All which has Ctrl-Shift-S as a shortcut, so surely you don't need to close and open projects? Which language is involved? Which option exactly is involved here? I only know about Window -> Preferences -> General -> Editors -> Autosave but that has nothing specifically to do with saving before a compile but rather saving after a period of inactivity...
Vaclav Sal Messages: 163 Registered: September 2014
Thanks for reply.
I am aware of "Save all", my question is how to RE ENABLE "automatic save"
So actually the title of my post is misleading - sorry.
Using C++ (Oxygen) on Ubuntu if that helps.
This "automatic save" popped up every time I would select "Run" AFTER I made changes in source.
The initial dialogue has an option to be bypassed and all changed sources will be saved automatically then "Run " will commence. I selected that option and it worked.
The dialogue was no longer activated - naturally - no need to be.
After making another copy of my project it no longer works - so I was just curious how to get back to that dialogue and possibly activate this auto save again.
Maybe I need to build a New Project instead of using copy . I'll give it a go if it works.