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Re: Installing and index files on external drive 10 years 4 months ago #141

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koeiekat wrote: May I suggest that in the next release, every time the FindMyFont.fst.bin file is written also a file FindMyFont.fst.bin.BAK is created so that when disaster strikes the BAK file comes to the rescue.


Thanks for suggestion, it's very good idea indeed and very easy to implement ;)

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Re: Installing and index files on external drive 10 years 4 months ago #142

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Thank you! Can I have it tomorrow? :)

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Re: Installing and index files on external drive 10 years 4 months ago #143

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I'm sorry to say this, but we have to prioritize all requests.
More than this, we are in the middle of development of a major Find my Font update and it's not so easy to go back, add a minor feature and deploy an intermediate release, so you may have to wait for 3-4 weeks.

Taking into account the nature of the issue it's not something to happen again tomorrow, therefore I suggest for now the following simple steps:
a) Make a manual copy of your FindMyFont.fst.bin and store it in a safe place
b) Take care to gracefully close Find my Font before restarting/updating your system (as a safety measure)

Trust me on that, the next release will be a so pleasant surprise that it will make you forget all about the destroyed FindMyFont.fst.bin file :)

Thank you for your understanding!
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