I would put this in bugs but I know if the guidelines for bug reports aren't followed exactly they just get closed. For example I don't know how I would get a "working capx" for this.
Over the past week there has been multiple times when I save a project but after closing the project and re-opening it is not the updated version. I believe it is the version from when first opened.
This is the best thing to show that I can think of:
I had my project ("Dave") opened for 2 days working on it. I click save one last time, wait a moment to allow for the save, then exit. When opening Construct back up I notice that in the recent projects the autosave file is listed as the most recent. I open up the project anyway and it is definitely not the most updated version. I take a look in the folder and can see when the files were last updated, showing a 2 day gap in the autosave and the file that was supposedly saved.
I am using Construct 2 r265, which I believe is the most recent stable version. Personal License.
Being able to save your work reliably is a pretty basic necessity. I know Construct 3 has been out for a while now and that is the main focus. So I tend not to complain about anything else I find with C2 since I know I'm not using the newest product, but I'm still a paying customer as I purchased the C2 license what seemed like just months before they announced they would be working on C3. I am hoping to upgrade to C3 after releasing a tiny game or two and can justify the monthly expense. I am a huge Construct fan but this kind of shakes my faith in the product a bit—hopefully it is just a bug that gets fixed quickly. With all the options out there it would seem ridiculous to pay for something that can't even save your work reliably.
Time to open up the autosave and try to see if I can figure out if it missed anything...