Document versions can be invaluable, being between Undo and your backups. But they’re also easy to lose. Here’s how to keep them.
Time Machine seems to be the only backup system which also backs up the Versioning database on each volume. Is that useful though?
Need to clean documents of metadata, remove versions, and zero their datestamps? Here’s the utility to help, when used wisely.
Using the Up and Down Arrow keys to select a version now works properly. Recommended for all users.
A minor fix for compatibility with Catalina betas, where it now reports the correct size of the version database.
Over 9 months ago, document versioning became available across iCloud Drive, but had several major flaws. How has it improved since?
Recommended update, as it lets you change the size of most of its text, and saves window position and size. Compatible with Catalina too.
Are iCloud Drive, CDs and DVDs, and partitions on the same storage really suitable places for you to back your Mac up?
Version numbers are simple, aren’t they? So how come so few of Apple’s own apps conform to its own rules? And as for copyright info, forget it, as so many Apple apps seem to.