Apps don’t work like the Finder. Most use ‘safe saves’ designed to prevent a failed save losing the original document. Here’s how they work.
When should you use the Move To menu command in any of Apple’s iWork apps? What advantages does it bring over the Finder?
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?
Updated for 10.15 release, with a clearer explanation of how Catalina’s new boot Volume Group works in practice, in the Finder and Terminal.
Note: I have now updated this with the latest roadmaps for 10.15 release. A further article will follow […]
Catalina will change our boot disks substantially with its read-only system volume. Here’s an account of what we already have in Mojave.
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.