kewms wrote:drmajorbob wrote:If the project is only text and takes a ling time to open, your machine is abysmally slow or there’s a serious problem of another kind. Even a million words would be not many megabytes.
What he said. Do you have a lot (and I mean a LOT) of snapshots? Are you saving to a USB stick or other relatively slow media (which we don't recommend)?
When you say "a minute" do you mean a literal minute, or does it just seem like a long time because it's an interruption?
I don't use snapshots. Usually I have 3-6 projects open, most of them are 90-95% text. Some contain JPGs, one in particular is a bit more image heavy, but the files aren't large. The biggest is a few hundred MB's. The machine is a 2019 MacBook.
To answer your questions: When I accidentally quit and they all save, close down and need to be re-opened, it takes a literal few minutes.
Sure, it's not a huge inconvenience, but it's enough that I'm doing it regularly by accident and if the option was there to turn off one-click quit I'd certainly select that option.
More to the point, and regardless of the file size or the duration of the interruption, it sounds like I'm not the only person who'd find this feature useful.