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    Exclamation I thought I saved a draft...

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    I was writing a post when I had to close my PC and I saw it said auto-saved in the bottom right... now i'm back on and I can't find it anywhere! where did it save?
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    The auto-saved content only reloads in the same post window you already have/had opened, if you have to leave that and lose your content. There isn't any "draft" section here, unfortunately...
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    so it's basicly useless...
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    Well, no, if you leave that page and come back, and you lost your content because it timed-out, if the "auto-saved" message appears, you can click on it and it will re-populate with whatever the most recent cached/auto-saved version of your lost content was. It's just that there isn't a receptacle for that "saved" content anywhere on FP, other than that particular window. It's the same if you accidentally shut your computer down, and when you re-start, it has saved content for you. If you don't choose to open that temporary file, that content is lost. It doesn't go to a magical land of auto-saved content by reading your mind to know whether you want it or not. The CPU power that would take would be astronomical.
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