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Yep, I'd call it a bug. But to be fair, I'm sure that particular situation was never really considered. I'm not sure I'd ever even think to test that particular scenario myself. To be honest, I personally avoid interacting with the DHTML window any more than I have to. I do all my editing in the main part of the topic. Once I have the text as I want it, I select it and cut it to the Windows clipboard. Then I paste it into the DHTML window so I don't have to deal with it any more than I have to.
Interestingly when you close the project, it realises the topics are unsaved and prompts, then it does save any pending changes.
There's the bug report link.
Rick, I agree with your assessment about testing. It is difficult to imagine and test for every possible scenario.
I like your approach to dealing with DHTML. I usually do the same when creating dropdown hotspots. In this situation, however, the hotspots already existed.
Peter, after reading your post, I repeated my scenario except this time I closed project instead of saving all. I was pleasantly surprised to see that all hotspots closed and all topics were saved. Until a fix is released, this is a good workaround. It was both quick and simple. Thank you.