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I'd like to see it very much so I can continue to learn from it.
thanks in advance and best regards, Onno.
i try to learn ado.net so i start with an article how to build database using ado+access and vb.net and think this article is compatible with visual studio 2005 not 2010 which i have so some error i face like
I've submitted an article (503571) and it has been "closed" after peer review.
I then do again my edit in response to the peer comment and submit it again. After that, I found my article shows as "Pending" in the Revision page; while it still shows "Closed" when I open the article in edit mode again.
I would like to know what actually the current status is of my article? Thanks.
I just noticed that article draft auto-save doesn't work. At least in FF17, is it only for me?
I just lost a half-written article draft which was auto-saved a number of times and also saved forcefully by myself click the save button.
So I started the article over. Put some text. Clicked save. Opened a draft and observed empty article template.
I was writing an article, saved it a number of times. But then accidentally clicked the Back button (actually pressed the Backspace keyboard button in Firefox). When I returned to the article draft via account menu it was blanked out: currently it is in the article empty template state! Like I wasn't writing and saving at all.
How can I recover my draft back?!
You won't believe how many times this has happened. But somehow I always find it in an auto saved folder - maybe not always in the most updated version. But a version of it is sometimes found. But sometimes it's not even there.