I just got a new computer (Ubuntu 16.04) and, therefore, a new version (184.108.40.206) of LibreOffice. I am puzzled by the “Save” icon. When I’m working on a document and wanting to save as I go along, so as not to lose content if there’s a system crash or freeze (fortunately, seldom happens), I am used to just clicking on the Save icon.
But now when I click on that icon, I’m given the choice of either “Save As” or “Save Remote Filet.” And, according to my tests, clicking on that icon does NOT save my document, because when I go to close it, I get a dialogue telling me: “Save changes to document “testing.odt” before closing?” and “Your changes will be lost if you don’t save them.”
I don’t want either the “Save As” or the “Save Remote File” option. I just want to save the document on my computer that I’m working on. I know I can do a keyboard shortcut of " Ctrl+S" but I’d rather use the icon, which I just do without thinking and have done for many years.
What am I missing here? Am I not using this icon correctly? Or is there some other icon I should be using? Is there a simple save icon that I can add to the toolbar via customization? When I try to customize the standard toolbar, it has the word “Save” checked while the “Save As” is not checked. However, I seem to be getting that icon that just does a “Save As” or a “Save Remote Document.” Any help appreciated.