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      CommentAuthorjb
    • CommentTimeNov 8th 2009
     
    I don’t know if this is related to the experience of Sospetto (previous posting), but today something strange happened at my house.

    When I tried to open an existing Ulysses project, I got an error message:

    “Error occured during opening. (Not all) data could be read properly. Automatic project saving has been disabled until next manual save...” (I'd post a screen shot but can't see how to do that.)

    When I clicked “Ok” in the dialog box, the project did open, but as a New Project (!). Everything was there, but when I made some changes and tried to save, I had to give the project a name: it had lost its identity.

    This isn’t a disaster, of course: I just end up with the same project with a new name and the old one sent to Trash. But it ain’t right either, so I thought I’d see if anyone else has this problem or if it’s related to the earlier post.
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      CommentAuthormax
    • CommentTimeNov 10th 2009
     

    If you get such an error, there is something wrong in the project. Something could not be read or was missing, etc... A detailed description can be found in the console log. Maybe you could send it to us via email? The loss of identity is by intention. If you weren't forced to explicitly save your project you might completely ignore the fact that an error occurred.

    We know this is still sub-optimal. Data security and backup improvements are in the number 1 position of the things to improve for version 2.1. Amongst these things is an automatic backup creation as soon an error occurs, a mode detailed graphical description of what could not be loaded, etc...

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      CommentAuthorsmolk
    • CommentTimeNov 16th 2009
     
    I've had this a couple of times but never lost any data.
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      CommentAuthormax
    • CommentTimeNov 16th 2009
     

    Lucky you - but we'll still improve on it ;)