Saved over a file by accident

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bugger, my work mate saved over a .js I had slaved over for hours file by accident. there is no way to get it back now *cries*

wahhh. they really need to come up with a solution for that, like save a new version of a file you work on and resave for at least an hour before its wiped.

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Your company doesn't backup files regularly? If they do then just go to the last DIF backup and grab a copy of the file. Then read thru it and make sure no changes need to be made and there you go. :D
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naa its a hopeless case, I created it today :cry: its just *plum* that MS dont have some kind of feature for recovering saved over files because i am sure i am not the only person to have done it
otherwise i would cuz we back up nightly.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

that sucks!
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I'm late in doing this post, because I just sat here and it came to me. You've probably already rewritten it now, but perhaps this would be something to remember for future.

If by chance you had pulled the page associated with the javascript up in internet explorer it would still be in your temporary internet files if you hadn't purged them. If it was an external .js file just do a find for the file name in the temp folders.
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yeah we did that - it showed the saved over one tho :cry:

not to worry, redid it :D

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