Bring back CMD+S! Edited

After yesterday's update, CMD+S no longer saves pages. Instead, it lets the browser deal with the keyboard shortcut, showing the "Save this page" dialog.

I realize you're trying to be consistent and leave the standard keyboard shortcuts for the browser, but saving an HTML page locally is not a common operation. No-one will complain if you continue to take it over.

CMD+Enter, your new shortcut, is not intuitive, and it's usually used for adding a "small carriage return", a <br/> instead of a <p>.

Please do the right thing and bring back CMD+S.

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Hello Peldi,

Thank you for your feedback. I was able to find a feature request for this change in our system, so I would advise you to vote on it and watch it:

Please also feel free to comment your feedback directly on that ticket as it will be seen by our development team.

Regards,

Shannon

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Voted +1 on CONFCLOUD-58302. CMD-s was actually the one shortcut I learned right away when I started using Confluence. I hope it returns back! 🙏

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