I used to be able to do this. I don’t know if some updates broke this. Here’s the deal: I’m editing a BS4 page and PG has the CSS associated with the original SCSS. All the modifications I do to the SCSS through PG’s interface get compiled and just work.
However, I want to edit the same stylesheet to go faster with something (or to clean dead breaking code PG has generated while trying to process a correct CSS snippet… but that’s for another day). To do so, I do what I’ve always done, click one of these code buttons:
The SCSS editor pops up just fine, I do my edit and press save and it always errors with this:
I thought having webstorm opened (with all files closed though) might interfere so I’ve tried with PG alone. Resetting, reloading, rebooting… nothing. So my local edits through PG’s interface seem to be considered outside changes that can’t stay.
So I have to do the idiocy of opening a text editor because PG’s editor is unusable, and then with the same warning choosing to reload, the code stays. Otherwise, the changes vanish.
I have the latest PG and I’m working on a macOS 10.12.6