Hello, I used to have a lock in my old apartment that would not allow the door to close if it was locked from the inside. It was not a deadbolt.
Basically if the door was open and you turned the inside knob to lock it and then pulled the door shut (behind you as you left) it would not close because the latch would not push in once locked. The only way to lock the door was to use the key from the outside or the knob from the inside once the door was already closed.
Can anyone tell me what kind of lock this is or if there is a way to make a regular lock behave like this because I do not want to be able to pull my door shut if it is locked and then be locked out. I want to be forced to lock it from the outside with the key so I do not get locked out.