Very minor bug - In Linux, when a file is modified or saved with ctrl+s, an asterisk is added to or removed from the tab, but not always in the title bar. The tab title always reflects the proper state, whereas after this happens the title bar shows the opposite state as the tab (i.e. ctrl+s adds an asterisk, modifying removes it), until they are resynchronized (either by producing the bug again, or switching tabs).
I have been able to reproduce this most consistently by deleting whitespace from an opened file that is unmodified since last saved. I have also produced this bug in other ways, but have been unable to do so consistently.
I am running the latest build (2051) on Ubuntu Desktop 64bit.
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