I'm afraid that this is THE most serious disadvantage of using an RDS
connection in that you are working directly on the live files. If you
preview using temp files, however, and if you previewed your page at work,
you may still have a temp file left in the local site - you might be able to
recover some code from it.
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"Blue Yettie" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:d2a9j1$g2c$1forums.macromedia.com...> Let me preface this by saying that I know I'm a totaly idiot. I just did
> hours of work from the office, then came home and made some minor changes.
> Unfortunately, the file I had loaded on my dreamweaver was from last nite
> and I
> lost all 4 hours of work. I am uploading to a RDS and I am PRAYING
> someone can
> tell me that it might've written a temporary file somewhere on my computer
> some way to retrieve this. PLEASE help!!!!! Thank you for any help you