I am a new BBEdit user, with a long experience as TextWrangler user. In TextWrangler, I am used at running python scripts with the command "Run in Terminal", and in TextWrangler the default behaviour is to save the file before sending it to the terminal.
I noticed that in BBEdit, v11.1.2, if I give the "Run in Terminal" command for an unsaved file, the "autosave" option is not there, so I end up sending the "temporary file" for execution, which is in a temporary folder, and things "go wrong" (the script is in the wrong directory, and I need to access relative folders paths).
I looked in the preferences, but I didn't find yet where to set as default to save before running the file.
I have also searched with google, but to no avail.
Is it a "hidden" preference, to be given in the command line?