#1October 21st, 2007 · 09:22 PM
50 threads / 12 songs
305 posts
United States of America
Uhgggg
I just typed up like a 5 page thing on chord-based music theory on here, then accidently x'd out

FUCK
FUCK
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#2October 21st, 2007 · 10:27 PM
50 threads
259 posts
United States of America
lol
#3October 21st, 2007 · 10:55 PM
74 threads / 5 songs
441 posts
United States of America
Damn... That really sucks

You should probably type in Word or another external text editor if your going to be writing a really long post...
#4October 22nd, 2007 · 03:24 PM
50 threads / 12 songs
305 posts
United States of America
I know. But I was lazy...and learned my lesson.
#5October 22nd, 2007 · 04:35 PM
42 threads / 1 songs
556 posts
United States of America
You should do that kind of thing on your to the MIX site. You haven't been updating it
 yeah, I've been checking.
#6October 23rd, 2007 · 02:42 AM
64 threads / 13 songs
669 posts
United States of America
Auto-save?
#7October 26th, 2007 · 08:17 PM
14 threads / 9 songs
90 posts
United States of America
Try the history button? I don't know if it would work, but, it's worth a shot. Actually...I'll test that right now...Okay, history button doesn't work...
Well, that's why it's good to at least copy the text often if you're doing a long post, that way you can just paste it back in.
An external text editor like mud said is the most reliable.

I learned this one the hard way a few weeks ago 

What doesn't kill us, makes us [strike]more frustrated with technology[/strike] stronger.
#8October 27th, 2007 · 02:21 AM
74 threads / 5 songs
441 posts
United States of America
Oh yeah, that's true, in Firefox 2.0 there is a history feature. So if you go to History, then click on "Recently Closed Tabs" you can generally find what you're looking for... It's really cool, because it actually keeps the entire form data as well.

So that's a good reason to upgrade to Firefox if you haven't already!
#9October 27th, 2007 · 01:08 PM
340 threads / 59 songs
4,344 posts
United Kingdom
I've dabbled in forum sites and was pleasantly surprised to see my text still in the textarea even after I rebooted the computer !
I haven't tried the recent closed tabs in FF but I have little faith in it knowing bandAmp.

Is it not a matter of writing any text inputs immediately into a cooky ?    

Zachs loss in this case is a loss to all, and it happens often enough, a lot of 'inspirational' stuff is lost this way considering the situation and the 'flow' and state of mind the author is in at that moment!

Is there no way of setting up bandAmp to remember text as it's written?
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