Either I’m losing my mind because I use this all the time, or I’m correct of which I’m not totally stoked about. This is a kind of thing that should not change without us knowing - maybe it was a mistake.
As far as I can remember, when doing a ‘Back Up Project’ and you press okay - it would NOT save the current Current Project, it would leave it unsaved, and bring you into the new project back up.
This was important, because I would often delete things before doing the Project Backup and would use ‘Remove Unused Files’ to clean up and create a size reduced copy of the project. It would still be important that the original active project would NOT be saved.
It seems now it DOES save the original active project.
This - cannot - change.
And if it is a new feature or protocol, it needs to be an option in the ‘Back up Project Options’ as so:
hopping someone can corroborate before I file an issues thread, thanks