5937Re: [edit+] Set backup directory to Recycled bin?
- Jun 2, 2008Thanks Michael!
I've pointed mine to %temp%.
On Tue, Jun 3, 2008 at 5:41 AM, Michael L. Jones <mljones1947@...> wrote:
> You can do this now in the latest version of EP:
> Go to Tools > Preferences > Files. Check "Create backup file when
> saving," click "Backup options...," enter a common backup directory
> and check "Include directory name" and "Include date and time."
> I review the backup directory regularly and purge unneeded items with
> Shift-Del. This seems to me to be a lot better than storing backups in
> the Recycle Bin, where they get mixed in with junk. I don't know about
> others, but I keep the Recycle bin pretty clean.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, qsfe-kdhw@... wrote:
>> Wow, that's a really cool idea!! The .bak files in the same directory
>> just annoy me and I tend to turn them off, but this is an excellent
>> idea. It gives me the chance to go back if I really need to, which is
>> very rarely, and they are out of sight as well. And the multiple
>> versions is *really* interesting. You learn something every day! =)
>> On Mon, Jun 2, 2008 at 10:44 AM, joon_ro <wildrogal@...> wrote:
>> > Is there any way to set backup directory to Recycled bin?
>> > EmEditor provides this function and I think it is great if I can do
>> > this in EditPlus as well.
>> > I think that is a good idea since you can have many backup files with
>> > same name in the recycled bin, and you can delete them easily.
>> > I have tried to set it to
>> > ...... (by recycled bin directory) but nothing happened when I save
>> > files.
>> > Let me know if it is possible.
>> > Thanks,
>> > Joon.
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