When editing a previously saved file = original.
Useful functions are :
Delete means delete the whole thing including the original. As in Gone-Gone
Revert means undo all edits since opening the file. ie Revert to original. = Start again
Undo means revert to the version before the last Enter
Redo means undo the last undo.
On 6 Oct 2017 at 17:22, JohnF via Groups.Io wrote about :
Subject : Re: [beta] I'd like to be able to d
> Because Delete usually implies poof, completely gone, we programmers prefer the word "Revert" when going back to a previous version. Would that be generally understandable?
> Delete This Message
> Revert This Edit
> (And don't show the Revert option if the message hasn't been edited, obviously.)