My map is not auto-saving while I work on it

My map is not auto-saving while I work on it

We have an auto-save routine in place that stores every action to your browsers local database. This helps to restore your map if you need to refresh the browser, had a browser crash or are working with an unstable network connection.

But to activate the auto-save routine works, the map must have been saved at least once! 

We are aware that this is a loophole if you forgot to save in the first place and we are working on a fix for it, but in the meantime:

When you create a new map: Press save once to trigger the auto-save routine!
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