[texworks] Please help!

Henrik Skov Midtiby henrikmidtiby at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 14:56:27 CEST 2014

A different method for taking backups is to place your latex files in
a dropbox folder. Then dropbox will take a snapshot of the file each
time it is saved (that is when it is compiled).

Best regards,
Henrik Midtiby

On 7 April 2014 14:53, Dona Strauss <D.Strauss at hull.ac.uk> wrote:
> Dear Philip,
> Thank you very much for your reply.
> I tried your suggestions. In edit, "undo" was not available - it was in light type-  and nothing happened when I tried Ctrl-Z.
> I had previously tried to use Windows Restore, without finding anything useful. All that Windows Restore offered was the possibility of deleting recently installed windows updates.
> I think that, in future, the simplest solution for me would be to make sure that I have a copy of a file, by using the "save as" command, before deleting anything.
>    Regards,
>      Dona________________________________________
> From: texworks [texworks-bounces at tug.org] on behalf of Philip Taylor [P.Taylor at Rhul.Ac.Uk]
> Sent: 06 April 2014 22:12
> To: TeXworks (TeX front end) discussion.
> Subject: Re: [texworks] Please help!
> Have you tried Edit/Undo or Ctrl-Z ?
> If they cannot help, then perhaps System Restore will be your friend.
> Philip Taylor
> --------
> Dona Strauss wrote:
>> Hi!
>>     I deleted material from a tex file that I had not intended to delete. Is there any way of recovering it?
>>       Dona Strauss
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