On a Mac:
It may be just me, but I end up with a lot of auto-recovered projects. It usually happens when I put the laptop to sleep and the dongle falls out. When I open it up HALion VST has crashed on the “no license found” dialogue (dongle is back in at this point). This by the way is super annoying as you have to force quit the stalled VST process from the terminal or Activity monitor (it doesn’t appear in the force quit dialogue). I realise the dongle is going the way of the dinosaur so I won’t gripe about that.
What I do end up with is a lot of beautifully preserved and copied auto-recovered versions of my documents, which unless I want to check every bar I inevitably save in the folder with the original and then eventually forget about.
Could we possibly have an auto recover feature which saves the snapshot of the file within the file itself, and a simple auto-recovery manager which opens when a file is opened, displaying the saved versions and allowing you preview, compare, restore or delete recovered versions?
If nothing else despite my computer nouse, I still get confused as to which file I’m working on when I re-open Dorico, as the recovered files are called by the same name, so perhaps [recovered] after the filename when you re-open Dorico to the recovered file?