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    Patrick44posted 8 months ago

    While writing a Hub, my internet connection was interrupted and the text of my Hub was lost.   Is there any way you folks can rescue it for me?  I'm having a difficult time re-creating it (my memory isn't what it used to be). The title of the hub was "Consecrated In Truth".   Thanks in advance.

    1. sallybea profile image95
      sallybeaposted 8 months ago in reply to this

      You should be able to go to My Account and see it below in your list of hubs.  I think it would have been automatically saved.

  2. paradigmsearch profile image87
    paradigmsearchposted 8 months ago

    Right-click the top-left browser back-arrow. A list of previous pages should come up. One of them might still have everything.

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    Patrick44posted 8 months ago

    Thank you both for your responses. Both of them certainly made sense, but unfortunately neither did work.  Thanks again though - my bad for not periodically hitting the 'Save' button.,

  4. Glenn Stok profile image96
    Glenn Stokposted 8 months ago

    Nothing you can do now since you already tried the other suggestions, but for future reference the best thing is to do all your creative work offline. I never compose new content online. I like to be sure I always have it saved locally on my one computer. It's the only way to have full control over it.

    1. agilitymach profile image99
      agilitymachposted 8 months ago in reply to this

      I, too, don't do the actual writing process on HubPages.  I used Word.  First, Word is easier to use when writing than HubPages.  Second, it is more "robust" for things like spell check, etc.  Third, I don't have to worry about internet disconnects causing my work to be lost. 

      When I am done, I just copy and paste my work into the new Hub layout.

      I am sorry you lost your work.  I know that hurts.

  5. Robilo2 profile image81
    Robilo2posted 8 months ago

    Same as Agilitymach - I use MS Word, so I also always have a backup copy on my laptop..

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    Patrick44posted 8 months ago

    Definitely makes sense to work in Word so I think I'll take that bit of advice and thank you all for your responses.  The Hub was eventually completed (late last night at about a quarter to two) so all's well that ends well I suppose.  Thanks again everyone.