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I have a website I created in Freeway Pro and for some reason (i might have relocated them or deleted them thinking they were another file), I cannot find the editable document. I have all the html and other items, but not the document that I can open up in Freeway and edit. Is there anything I can do to reverse the process or recover what I had worked on? I appreciate any feedback


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Hi Alfredo,
Unless you can locate the Freeway file (or Freeway’s document backup file -
.fwbackup) it looks a lot like you’ll either have to maintain the site outside
of Freeway or recreate it.
You could try and import one of the html pages using the File/ Get HTML command
but don’t get too excited as, unless the page is quite simple, it may look
nothing like it should.
I’ve been using DropBox (http://www.getdropbox.com) for a while to sync files
between 3 Macs and two PCs and although it is no substitute for a real backup,
knowing I’ve copies of the file on 4 other machines (and another in the cloud)
is quite comforting.
Regards,
Tim.

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I have a website I created in Freeway Pro and for some reason (i might have
relocated them or deleted them thinking they were another file), I cannot
find the editable document. I have all the html and other items, but not the
document that I can open up in Freeway and edit. Is there anything I can do
to reverse the process or recover what I had worked on? I appreciate any
feedback


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Alfredo,

No Time Machine or Super Duper? Bummer! Both those have saved my hide.

Another Dropboxer here. It’s terrific for syncing files between computers and you can roll back through and recover the version history of any file you’ve added to your Dropbox. Pretty cool. They do caution you that it’s not designed to be a primary backup.


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well. Thankfully it is not an overly complex site…this’ll give me a chance to tweak it a bit. Now it has an easiform frame. Do I have to go through an elaborate process to carry it over to the new version of the site that I will have to create?


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