Recovering accidentally deleted comments
When writing a long reply to a comment on your own hub, and then scrolling through to correct spelling mistakes etc, it is very easy (as I have just done) to accidentally press the 'delete comment' tab which is immediately below the scroll arrow.
Is there any way to recover this, or do you just have to write the whole thing out again?
What I tend to do all the time since I'm always writing so much on the web is, I copy and all that I write onto the Clipboard, by highlighting the text field and hitting control-C. This helps me save all the written text prior to me ever submitting anything, and it helps me just in case I have done what you did. Its a quicker easy way to save your text, since your fingers are already on the keyboard.
I think after deleting anything on here it will not be recoverable unless you've stored it elsewhere as the clipboard can do.
If you delete a comment you just made, it's back to the ol' writing board. There's no way to recover them.
It is crystal clear.. It is gone it is gone
And you can write thesame thing down twice..
You just have to start over again
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