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All -- When FrameMaker crashed last night, it created duplicates of most
files, adding ".recovery" to the filename. Then, whenever I opened an
original file, FrameMaker prompted me to open the ".recovery" file by the
same name instead because it would have the latest changes. I did that.
Then I renamed all of the recovery files back to the original filenames.
Since this monster project has about 1,000 pages and a few dozen chapters,
that took some time and, after doing all that, I decided I needed sleep
more than anything else.
As soon as I got up this morning, I checked to see whether or not I'd
managed to recover from the FrameMaker crash last nite. So far, so good.
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