That's really very sad. It's always better to keep a local copy. Still I didn't post any articles here but I have a copy of my first article since 2010(development hell). And I don't use that offline article editor, just one html file with CP stylesheet. I heard that few lounge guys simply use Notepad. So try any of this hereafter.
I believe you mean the popup while hitting 'Discard draft' button. It works. All my girl did is hitting the 'attractive' buttons, first the red, then the bold (In Chrome the 'Ok' button is bold and for that inviting the eye).
If you have an idea of restore, let say in 24 hours, that should be good...
I'm not questioning your powers of observation; I'm merely remarking upon the paradox of asking a masked man who he is. (V)
I was just informed that the source code for my article can not be downloaded. I tried it myself and get an error message that the file can not be found on the servers.
/KB/Articles/784145/WpfUserControl-noexe.zip appears to be missing on our servers. D'oh.
Ticket: (No ticket provided - possibly an error in the error-system)
Error: An error occurred in this page. The error has been recorded and the site administrator informed.
Abort, Retry, Fail?_
The downloads where ok and I have not changed them.
Here is the article link. Help!
Just published a new article and all of the image files are missing. I think I fixed them in a revision but I'm not sure because they looked OK when I originally previewed them before I submitted the article.