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Attempts to install other unwanted "tools". Be careful running install.
Unable to use.
Gets into a loop displaying scripting error if you include bootstrap.min.js. Bootstrap is a highly popular library created by Twitter and is unlikely to have errors that would stop the program from functioning. The fault is more likely with this program.
As soon as download completed my anti-virus put it into quarantine. Discovered that the program embedded is called "outbrowse" "revenyou" which is described as this: "Revenyou is our monetization platform that gives publishers and developers the opportunity to make money off of every install."
I would not recommend taking a chance with this product. Perhaps this is a new feature as earlier users do not mention it.
More and more free software developers' install programs need to be read through during the installation - don't just accept the defaults. I just downloaded this, and I had to traverse 5 screens, clicking "decline" (in small print on the lower left hand of each screen) before getting to the actual installation options. Quite often, people only need to click on "Accept" once and then they won't have to go through several more ad screens. This trick has been common for years, it's just a little more prevalent these days. It's easy to understand how people would click "accept" without realizing they just accepted an offer they didn't want since the "Decline" option is small and not clearly emphasized - you may wish to download this again and step through the install slowly just to see what I mean so you know what to look for in the future (although, these designs are constantly evolving, they all rely on people not paying attention during an installation).
My bad.... I see what you mean now. The only thing I could think to do when I went to do a Save as was to do a series of ctrl options: ctrl-a to select everything, ctrl-c to copy it, then click on the New icon and do a ctrl-v to paste everything into the new document. Curiously, there are no safeguards to stop a person from opening a new document without saving the old one first - as a retired programmer, that's some of the shoddiest work I've ever seen! I mean, this is just basic stuff a 5th grader can program better.
I just downloaded this myself and noticed that it's commands - few as they are - are all icon oriented at the top of the page. To "Save as..." you click on the 3.5" floppy disk icon - the 3rd icon from the left; kind of obsolete since few people own and/or use floppy discs of any kind anymore.