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Old 04-01-2006, 09:39 AM   #1
vtbludgeon
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Quanta: spurious "file was change outside of the quanta editor"


Hi everybody

Any Quanta users out there care to explain to me why it is that every time I save a file that I am working on, I get a dialogue that says "The file was changed outside the Quanta editor" and how do I want to proceed (Compare the two versions and load the result? Use the version from disk? or Do not load the modified version from disk?"). More important, how do I make it stop? Because the file in fact is NOT getting changed outside the Quanta editor.

I am running FC4 and Quanta reports its version as Quanta 3.5 (Using KDE 3.5.0-0.4fc4 Red Hat)

Thanks,

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