Unsaved changes indicator bug

It appears that instead of an asterisk apearing next to the file name to indicat it has unsaved changed, Idea now changes the file name's color, but it doesn't appear to reset the color to indicate no unsaved changes if changes are explicitly saved or undone.

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What you're seing is probably the CVS colouring. The asterisk is still there to indicate unsaved changes, but by default it's disabled in the editor preferences.

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I was surprised by the disable default, but perhaps more surprising to
me is that I have to manually save changes before hitting the debug
button. Used to be, hitting debug or run would save all changed files,
do the make, and then start the process.

Have I missed another setting somewhere to auto-save before running?


Martin Fuhrer wrote:

What you're seing is probably the CVS colouring. The asterisk is still there to indicate unsaved changes, but by default it's disabled in the editor preferences.


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AFAIK files are automatically saved before compilation. So if you haven't
"Compile before run/debug" disabled everything should work fine.

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I was surprised by the disable default, but perhaps more surprising to
me is that I have to manually save changes before hitting the debug
button. Used to be, hitting debug or run would save all changed files,
do the make, and then start the process.

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Have I missed another setting somewhere to auto-save before running?

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Martin Fuhrer wrote:

What you're seing is probably the CVS colouring. The asterisk is still

there to indicate unsaved changes, but by default it's disabled in the
editor preferences.
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