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General Discussion

code challenge engine suggestion

I find that I am so used to hitting ctrl+s to save work in my normal editors (workspaces, sublime, and pretty much everything else) that on a code challenge I speed through and hit ctrl+s instinctively rather than clicking the check-work. By default ctrl+s in a web browser allows you to save the webpage, however I think it would be a welcome update to make ctrl+s simply save the work and check it against the code engine.

thoughts?

I like this idea.