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#2 Explicit Save action

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nobody
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2008-07-29
2007-12-11
Anonymous
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Explicit Save action to save changed items to disk.
People, who rarely reboot system and have Osmo always run, can lost all items added/changed since last Osmo restart.

gdv (danspambox07@yandex.ru)

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  • Bill Soerensen
    Bill Soerensen
    2008-01-24

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    To loose all new data is not cool.
    Changes should be saved immediately IMO.
    I haven't investigated if this is the case. I hope it is.
    Personally I haven't lost anything, and hope it stays that way...

    Explicit save could still be useful for saving to an alternative location for backup or manual syncing.

     
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    An option for saving data at configurable intervals will be added in the further versions. We don't want to add any GUI elements like buttons or menus for this task.

     
  • Caleb Lampen
    Caleb Lampen
    2008-06-03

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    How about have an option that Osmo automatically save to disk every time a change is made. A change would be defined as something fairly large, like a new task added. New calendar notes would be save to disk every time the user looks away from the calendar day they're editing. This is how I have things set to work in my tiddlyWiki notebook, and its very convenient.

     
  • Tomek
    Tomek
    2008-07-29

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  • Tomek
    Tomek
    2008-07-29

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    Implemented in R-529