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solooo7
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LibreOffice Writer after writing my college project documentation :'(.
I did save but lost last 5 pages

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  • 5
    Lesson Learnt: Save at frequent intervals.
  • 6
    It's the same with Word. LaTeX + git is the way to go, in my opinion. If you can't I would recommend a script that automatically creates a copy of the file every x minutes.
  • 0
    @vikaskr I was saving it. But it's just 3 minutes and boom
  • 1
    @Scade I thought of using LaTeX. But I don't have time to learn. Have to finish this within 2 days.
  • 4
    @solooo7 that's exactly how I learned LaTex, and lost the project score for that semester 😑 but I tell you, it's worth it!πŸ˜…
  • 1
    Libre has a dark theme? Mind blows πŸ˜„
  • 0
    that's the reason you write your school work in google docs... if you accidentally delete something you can always restore versions of your document. And you can easely share it with somebody for proofreading and getting opinion.
  • 0
    @nbamaral If you get three more ++, we have the same number of ++. Hehe
  • 0
    @heyheni It's my new Project's documentation.

    And I don't know if it's weird but I use GitHub for this.
  • 1
    You can also try out AsciiDoc.
  • 1
    You could set your autosave timer to 1 minute. Haven't noticed a negative impact on my machine at all.
  • 0
  • 2
    For latex you can use the online editor sharelatex. If your internet is working fine then you won't lost any data
  • 3
    @nbamaral any GTK+ app has dark theme.
  • 0
    @nik123 TBH I don't really care about which font I'm using unless it's a text editor.
  • -1
    Oh this happens, I had my almost finished research paper for 20 pages deleted when malware program attacked my laptop, but everything was ok because I asked academic writers at https://hireessaywriter.onl/ for help and had my research paper written from scratch, I only gave directions.
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