SOLVED Detect unsaved changes via script
StephenNixon last edited by gferreira
I often want to switch from one batch of UFOs to another, without manually closing glyphs, space centers, and font views of 4, 6, or more masters.
So, I made a simple script:
for font in AllFonts(): font.close()
However, this doesn't prompt me to save unsaved changes, so it's currently risky to use. I've searched around for how to detect unsaved changes, but I haven't found the answer yet. Is there some kind of method to check the saved state of open fonts? Alternatively, if it is required to string together observers to check this, is there some combination that would help check for unsaved changes? What I'd ultimately like is a script like this...
### The script I want, but don't quite have from mojo.UI import dontShowAgainMessage unsavedFonts =  for font in AllFonts(): fontName = font.info.familyName + " " + font.info.styleName if font.isSaved() is False: #### ✴️ this is what I'd like to check ✴️ #### unsavedFonts.append(fontName) else: font.close() unsavedMessage = "There are unsaved changes in " + unsavedFonts + ". Please close them manually." dontShowAgainMessage(messageText='Unsaved changes', informativeText=unsavedMessage, alertStyle=1, parentWindow=None, resultCallback=None, dontShowAgainKey='')
Thanks for any pointers!
you can use:
f = CurrentFont() document = f.document() edited = None if document: # only font objects with ui has a document object edited = document.isDocumentEdited() print(edited)
but this is good candidate to be added to fontParts
StephenNixon last edited by
Just found out that macOS has a built-in feature to do this exact thing.
Just use the shortcut
option + command + w.