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How do I recover a saved over RECOVER file

New Here ,
Feb 17, 2024 Feb 17, 2024

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Back when I was newer at Adobe Animate, I had thought that RECOVER files were just more up to date versions of regular files or that I couldn't work on the regular file once I had a RECOVER file created. I had done around four minutes of animation in a RECOVER file. Today, I opened the original file, thinking it had been completed, but noticed a lot of things missing. I realized that I had only ever edited the RECOVER file after a certain point. Then I went to the RECOVER file but realized that the work I recently did on the original file had saved over top of the lot of work I did on the RECOVER file. How do I fix this? The History tab is empty, the Previous Versions (since I use Windows) is also empty. Nothing else has worked. Please help me.

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UPDATE!! The recover file no longer exists! 

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Feb 17, 2024 Feb 17, 2024

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you can't untangle a file that's been saved over.  you can look for another file.  and learn to prevent this by saving frequently with increasing version number appended to the file name.

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