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Topic Title: losing created KB commands
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Created On: 10/15/2019 02:23 AM
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 losing created KB commands   - Anandits - 10/15/2019 02:23 AM  
 losing created KB commands   - Lunis Orcutt - 10/15/2019 10:51 AM  
 losing created KB commands   - Anandits - 10/15/2019 11:38 PM  
 losing created KB commands   - Edgar - 10/16/2019 10:25 AM  
 10/16/2019 10:25 AM
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Originally posted by: Anandits I got into the habit of writing down in a notebook every new command I create, and I should have the discipline to also take screenshots of their code.

Before exiting the Command Editor by saving, say "select all", pause then "copy that", another pause then "open notepad"; wait for Notepad to open then say "paste that". Save the resulting text file (say "click file", pause then "save as" - Windows File Explorer is not very speech friendly, you might need to navigate to the appropriate folder by hand). This will save you writing down and/or taking screenshots <grin>. If you lose the new code, you can easily re-create it from the text file by selecting all, copying, then pasting into the command editor.

Are you aware that KnowBrainer keeps backups of its command files? The following location contains the original and a backup:


where USER_NAME is replaced by your user name and \AppData\ is a Hidden folder. The working version:


and it's automatic backup:


can be found there. KnowBrainer also creates incremental backups (on my system every 5 times the original changes); it's located in a folder within that same \KnowBrainerCommands\ folder:


this contains fairly small files and I have very large hard drives so I don't worry about them building up too much (I'm currently at: MyKBCommands_1460.XML) and the files run about 1300 kB. If you notice that something is missing try opening these files in a text editor and searching them for the missing command - don't modify or use these files directly just use them to copy the code fragments which you have lost. The resulting copied code fragment can be pasted directly into the KnowBrainer Command Editor.


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