"Open" button instead of "Save" when saving on Linux Mint

• Apr 29, 2020 - 16:38
Reported version
3.4
Type
Functional
Frequency
Once
Severity
S2 - Critical
Reproducibility
Always
Status
needs info
Regression
No
Workaround
Yes
Project

Al escribir cualquier partitura y tratar de Guardar el proyecto en cualquier formato, no lo permite. Cuando se trata de Guardar el proyecto o partitura sale un diálogo que dice "Abrir", por lo que es practicamente imposible guardar, y por lo tanto hace al programa completamente inútil.


Comments

Title No funciona en Linux Mint It does not work on Linux Mint
Frequency Many Once
Status active needs info

Google translate:
When writing any score and trying to Save the project in any format, you don't allow it. When it comes to saving the project or score, a dialog appears that says "Open", making it practically impossible to save, and therefore makes the program completely useless.

Hmm, translation doesn't seem to make much sense to to me...

Maybe you could try to change the setting of Edit > Preferences > Advanced > ui/application/useNativeDialogs

"When writing any score and trying to Save the project in any format, you don't allow it. When it comes to saving the project or score, a dialog appears that says "Open", making it practically impossible to save, and therefore makes the program completely useless."

I think he/she meant this: "When writing any score and trying to save the project in any format (.mscx and .mscz), the software doesn't allow it. When it comes to saving a project or score, a dialogue appears that says "Open" (this part means that instead of a save button, there is an open button), making it practically impossible to save, and therefore makes the program completely useless."

The translation makes sense to me, but the facts don't - I've never seen this happen or heard of it. Makes me wonder if the user has somehow redefined their shortcuts so Ctrl+S is actually doing an open command rather than a save.

BTW, are the people seeing this all using a version of MuseScore built by someone other than us - like something from the Mint repositories, or Snap or something like that? The AppImage you can download from this site is the only version we control ourselves. Is the problem producible using that?