Add a new function for "Autosave" in the Photoshop and other products Adobe

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Dear, Adobe!

You worked for many years, complements the new functions and create new products.

You many years so were not able to solve the problem that the user accidentally closed the document, if he spent 2hours, even in the setting has a check mark "AutoSave" 10min (default).

 

"AutoSave" function only works for software failure and turn off the computer, except for "user accidentally closed the document".

 

Current algorithm of the function "AutoSave".

- user create or open a document

- Photoshop creates a temporary file "psb" in this way %AppData%\Roaming\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC 2015\AutoRecover

- Photoshop saves the temporary document every certain time, as provided in the setting (default - 10 min).

- if user (accidentally) closes (button "No") the document, Photoshop erases the temporary file, but does not move to the basket.

- if there was a failure or shutdown your computer, photoshop checks the temporary file in the folder "AutoRecover"

- if there is a temporary file "psb" in folder, Photoshop offers, or informs the user to "Recover documents"

 

 

New algorithm of the function "AutoSave".

- user create or open a document

- Photoshop creates a temporary file "psb" in this way %AppData%\Roaming\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC 2015\AutoRecover and a small text file or XML.

- Photoshop saves the temporary document every certain time, as provided in the setting (default - 10 min).

- if user closes (button "Yes") the document, Photoshop erases the temporary file, but does not move to the basket.

- if user (accidentally) closes (button "No") the document, Photoshop NO erases the temporary file and in temporary text file records value "button"="no" and "date"= 1, as provided in the setting (default - 1 day).

- if a user opened Photoshop, Photoshop checks a text file or XML

- if a user opened last document, Photoshop offers, or informs the user to "Recover documents", the temporary file update or create new temporary file

if more than 1 day, it erases the temporary file.

- if there was a failure or shutdown your computer, photoshop checks the temporary file in the folder "AutoRecover"

- if there is a temporary file "psb" in folder, Photoshop offers, or informs the user to "Recover documents"

 

OR

- user create or open a document

- Photoshop creates a temporary file "psb" in this way %AppData%\Roaming\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC 2015\AutoRecover

- Photoshop saves the temporary document every certain time, as provided in the setting (default - 10 min).

- if user closes (button "Yes") the document, Photoshop erases the temporary file, but does not move to the basket.

- if user (accidentally) closes (button "No") the document, Photoshop NO erases the temporary file, as provided in the setting (default - 1 day).

- if a user opened last document, Photoshop check temporary files and the date of the last change file and offers, or informs the user to "Recover documents", the temporary file update or create new temporary file

if more than 1 day, it erases the temporary file.

- if there was a failure or shutdown your computer, photoshop checks the temporary file in the folder "AutoRecover"

- if there is a temporary file "psb" in folder, Photoshop offers, or informs the user to "Recover documents"



I ask you to make this new function. Your users will be happy!

 

Sorry if poorly written, translated via google!

Why I wrote an appeal to the company, my girl cried after such an event. I tried to recover a deleted file using special programs, could not restore.
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Михаил Коршун

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Max Johnson, Champion

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I agree that the autosave function is limited in it's usefulness when it erases the autosave half the time I need to recover... I personally have recommended force-quitting photoshop on occasion in order to "trigger" a restore when a user has done something accidentally, but can't go back far enough in the history stack.
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Rosa

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Excellent suggestion! I have done this accidentally one one occasion and cried myself!