What can you do when half of your Hub is LOST in the publishing process? The First Half - OMG?
Misha said it - always draft up in word or whatever. Never trust a server - far too finicky ...
Oh and I'm sorry to hear you lost your work. That sucks
You definitely don't deserve it, and it is very frustrating - so just make it a rule to NEVER write online, to avoid future frustration.
Just draft on Word And Paste in capsules yeah? Thanks Misha Kiwi's are really quite Nieve you know
I don't think it is Kiwi-specific. We all went through this.
And when you're learning, it's not bad to save a copy of your work in the hard disk of your pc and better still in a CD or a memory stick.
What happens if I Delete the Hub? Does that wreck all links etc too? I really don't know what to do... Half of my Intuition has been Lost
If you delete - you delete, everything is gone. Just unpublish it for now, and try to restore the lost part OFFLINE, then copy and paste
Thanks Guys ... It's all learning curve I guess.. I Should Have KNOWN ,,, Now I Do. Take Care & THank you
I'm not sure what you mean by "disappeared."
Have you tried opening the text capsule and checking to see whether you've got an autosave you can use?
Maddie no wonder you are a Legend
I Went back - Hit Edit and the whole article dropped down intact. Thank you
But... I think what is happening is that the Google adds have been prepositioned and now act as 'stacking' my text. I mean in edit mode its ok. If I hit Done Editing, then it just seems to roll up behind the Google adds and put everything out of alignment. This is how it showed after publishing - which is why I was having kittens.
Cheers Misha .... You are always welcome in Bumble Town. What Time is it there? Thurs 28th yeah? Here is 5.30am Fri 29th
Losing your unsaved work is an easy mistake to make. After years of online coding and publishing it still happens to me occasionally.
Having said all that, I'm a new Hubber and I find the editing and publishing interface to be really easy to use - far superior to some others I could name :-)
Kudos to the developers!
I will be able to sort it from now ... Thanks Everyone You'll have a good day ... Sorry to hit the Panic Button like that. Misha I promise to work offline from now on. Cheers Guys
Phew! Losing a lot of a hub would be very irritating indeed.
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