Sudden Crash and loss of saved data

Mark Smith mark at maseurope.net
Fri Sep 9 11:38:36 EDT 2005


Have you checked that the disappearing substack has not simply got it's 
visible set to false, or been positioned off-screen? Look in the 
application browser to see if it still exists.

Just a suggestion.


Mark

On 9 Sep 2005, at 16:30, Alcy wrote:

>
> I have created a few substacks of my main stack.
> I have been working on a very heavy substack (with about 700 buttons 
> with different scripts) for the last 2 days when a script has 
> generated a crash of revolution and surprisingly when I have reopened 
> the stack, all infos about the substack had disappeared. It is not the 
> first time I have a surprise like this. I have saved my work under 
> another name too but the same thing has happened to it as well (no 
> substack)..
> Has this phenomenon happened to others?  Should I save each substack 
> separately?
> Any idea about why my saved data have lost the infos about this heavy 
> substack?
> thanks in advance.
> Alcy
>
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