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Wednesday, October 19, 2005 Ponderings

One of my favorite parts of 2.0RC1 is the way it handles timed backups. OOo 1.x saved the actual file every time. That was troublesome for me because I would often edit old files to create new ones in the same format. As soon as an auto-save occurred, the original file would be overwritten. OOo 2.0 saves the file in a temporary location in case of a crash, but does not overwrite the original file. No more accidentally overwriting old files for me! I know it's a small thing, but when you use a program daily like I do, that small thing becomes a big deal.

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