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GARRO says
Aw yeah, thanks. That extension doesn’t work with CS3 unless I did something wrong. :{

Dont really know… its says mx2004 and higher… I dont really use it myself, lol… i have it installed but never active…

I trust my fingers better…

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KrownThemes says

I save almost every minute too…but this time i written code over existing code :D oh .. and don’t let me start about Shift+Del on Windows :D

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theflyingtinman says
Aw yeah, thanks. That extension doesn’t work with CS3 unless I did something wrong. :{

It works on my CS3 … but it does not save the “enabled” state between sessions. The autosave panel is a great utility for forgetful people like me (yeah – I lost about 4 hours work just last week because I forgot to save while I was wrestling with a particularly devious problem :( ) but what dumbass came up with the brilliant idea of making it so you have to remember to open the panel and enable it every time you start Flash! ?? I just know I will forget to enable it one day and probably lose an entire day’s work in the warm and fuzzy belief that my work is being autosaved as I deliberately shun the Ctrl-S key. ;)

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michelsteege says

Use classes :) and a subversion ;)

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LucidStudios says

why don’t use a professional solution?

I use svn for all of my projects this not only provides a sort of back-ups but also helps you deal with clients who say oh I think I needed this project in yesterday’s status so please discard todays progress :)

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enhancedmedia says

i agree, i use TortoiseSVN all the time, it really tidies up the way in which you work and backup.

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KrownThemes says

oh..i just remembered that i moved my work into my xampp folder yesterday, so 90% of my work is saved :D horray =))
But i am really interested that ‘svn’ thing .. so in short terms..what is that? from what i’ve read it’s some sort of web app, so i need to install it on the web or into a local server?

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LucidStudios says

you can also use it just like a normal windows application if you install a visual client software like svn tortoise.

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theflyingtinman says
why don’t use a professional solution? I use svn for all of my projects this not only provides a sort of back-ups but also helps you deal with clients who say oh I think I needed this project in yesterday’s status so please discard todays progress :)

svn (and source control in general) is great .. once your code saved to disk. It doesn’t help if you keep forgetting to save your code while you are working and have a Flash crash though :(

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