Difference between revisions of "Emergency save"

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m (ok, I understand now why English is required)
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{{Other languages|en=Emergency save|de=Sicherungskopie}}
 
{{Other languages|en=Emergency save|de=Sicherungskopie}}
  
Inkscape may still crash, it's not perfect (although we try hard).
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When Inkscape crashes, it tries to save the document as a backup with following name:
  
If it does so, then it will try to save the document you were working on.
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  <filename>.<datetime>.#
  
===On Unix (Linux, Mac OS X, *BSD, ...)===
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If the document has not been saved yet, the name is:
  
Inkscape will try to save to
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  inkscape-emergency.<datetime>.#
# your home directory as <code>filename.<datetime>.#</code>
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# <code>/tmp/filename.<datetime>.#</code>
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Note, that there is no <code>.svg</code> file name ending.
# the current directory as <code>filename.<datetime>.#</code>
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=== On Unix (Linux, Mac OS X, *BSD, etc.) ===
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Inkscape tries to save in the following paths:
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# Home directory (<code>~/</code>, <code>$HOME</code>, <code>/home/<username>/</code>)
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# <code>/tmp/</code>
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# In the current working directory
 
(in that order).
 
(in that order).
  
If the document does not already have a name, the filename is <code>inkscape-emergency<datetime>.#</code>.
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=== On Windows ===
  
Note that the saved file will ''not'' have the <code>.svg</code> extension!
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Inkscape tries to save in <code>%UserProfile%</code>:
  
===On Windows===
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* XP/2003: <code>C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\</code>
Inkscape will try to save to:
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* Vista/7: <code>C:\Users\<username>\</code>
:<code>C:\Documents and Settings\<yourname>\</code>
 
  
 
[[Category:User Documentation]]
 
[[Category:User Documentation]]

Revision as of 11:49, 16 June 2012

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When Inkscape crashes, it tries to save the document as a backup with following name:

 <filename>.<datetime>.#

If the document has not been saved yet, the name is:

 inkscape-emergency.<datetime>.#

Note, that there is no .svg file name ending.

On Unix (Linux, Mac OS X, *BSD, etc.)

Inkscape tries to save in the following paths:

  1. Home directory (~/, $HOME, /home/<username>/)
  2. /tmp/
  3. In the current working directory

(in that order).

On Windows

Inkscape tries to save in %UserProfile%:

  • XP/2003: C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\
  • Vista/7: C:\Users\<username>\