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rhino:mac:autosaving [2019/07/22]
dan
rhino:mac:autosaving [2019/07/22] (current)
dan [Auto Save is different from autosaving]
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 Conventually,​ the term autosaving means //writing a single backup copy of your file somewhere else that you or the program can find later//​. ​ You were responsible for saving your file regularly, but Rhino and other programs created a backup file just in case you forgot to save your file. Conventually,​ the term autosaving means //writing a single backup copy of your file somewhere else that you or the program can find later//​. ​ You were responsible for saving your file regularly, but Rhino and other programs created a backup file just in case you forgot to save your file.
  
-In macOS, Apple unfortunately uses almost the same term, //Auto Save//, to describe something entirely different. ​ In macOS, Auto Save means //saving your file automatically//​ -- as in, overwriting your file automatically. ​ As in, there is no secret backup somewhere else. Your original file is getting frequently overwritten.  ​MacOS does keep a copy of your original file in case you want to revert all your changes when you close your model.+In macOS, Apple unfortunately uses almost the same term, //Auto Save//, to describe something entirely different. ​ In macOS, Auto Save means //saving your file automatically//​ -- as in, overwriting your file automatically. ​ As in, there is no secret backup somewhere else. Your original file is getting frequently overwritten.  ​macOS does keep a copy of your original file in case you want to revert all your changes when you close your model.
  
 ===== When does Rhino for Mac Auto Save a model? ===== ===== When does Rhino for Mac Auto Save a model? =====
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