Is there no option for "REVERT"?

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semicodin
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Is there no option for "REVERT"?

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Is there no option for "REVERT"? It's kind of clumsy to have to close the file out just to reopen it to its most recent iteration. :roll:

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Re: Is there no option for "REVERT"?

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What about File > Reload current document? You can even add your own keyboard shortcut.

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Re: Is there no option for "REVERT"?

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Um . . . I hope the author understands that the phrase :? "Reload current document" is an oxymoron!? The document you're working with is already current; why would you need to "reload it"?

I would never have guessed that "Reload current document" is actually what is globally recognized as "Revert to last saved version". Thank you crtrubshaw for interpreting that menu option for me, I would never have guessed it is Revert.

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Re: Is there no option for "REVERT"?

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Um . . . I hope the author understands that the phrase :? "Reload current document" is an oxymoron!? The document you're working with is already current; why would you need to "reload it"?

I would never have guessed that "Reload current document" is actually what is globally recognized as "Revert to last saved version". Thank you crtrubshaw for interpreting that menu option for me, I would never have guessed it is Revert.

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Re: Is there no option for "REVERT"?

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Um . . . I hope the author understands that the phrase :? "Reload current document" is an oxymoron!? The document you're working with is already current; why would you need to "reload it"?

I would never have guessed that "Reload current document" is actually what is globally recognized as "Revert to last saved version". Thank you crtrubshaw for interpreting that menu option for me, I would never have guessed it is Revert.

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semicodin
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Re: Is there no option for "REVERT"?

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Yeah it's a new keyboard and it's doing that. I wish there was an option to delete posts. Sorry. :mrgreen:

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