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From Dale Erwin <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] ODF file formats vs Zip
Date Sun, 23 Jun 2013 23:10:21 GMT
I don't think that's true.  I think that if you close a document without 
saving, it will revert back to its state before opening it even if it 
has been autosaved during the editing process.  Only if you explicitly 
save it will you be unable to do that.  It's as though the only purpose 
of autosave is the event of a system failure.  In the even of a system 
failure you have the option at reboot of recuperating all changes made 
up to the last autosave, but you can decline.

Dale Erwin
Jr. 28 de Julio 657, Depto. 03
Magdalena del Mar, Lima 17 PERU

On 6/23/2013 5:37 AM, Hagar Delest wrote:
> Le 10/06/2013 02:16, Richard Detwiler a écrit :
>> Also, I don't know if this is the case with auto-save, but when 
>> manually saving, I'm pretty sure that things can not be "undone" 
>> prior to the save. If this is indeed the case with auto-save, this is 
>> another very good reason not to use it. You may have done something 
>> you really want to undo, but if the auto-save happens, you can't. 
>> (Again, I'm not positive whether this is the case with auto-save like 
>> with manual save, but I'm guessing it may be.)
> No. The auto-save operation does not reset the undo history (same with 
> standard save).
> Hagar
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