I messed up and forgot to re-title and re-save as a new file a new Dorico project such that after working on the new piece, the original file it was replacing was lost after subsequent saves/revisions using the same file name. Now it seems like the only way I might be able to recover the original separately would be if I could restore to a previous version of the same Dorico session. Presuming you don’t yet have “undo history”: is there some other magical way I could go back hundreds of steps to recover the original file? (right now I’m pathetically hitting undo hundreds of times, but is there an undo limit (or a better way in light of my mistake?) Thanks for any urgent help!
[AN UPDATE]: I miraculously managed to recover the original file by undoing probably thousands of steps. IS there a limit on Dorico’s UNDO steps? And are there plans for a proper “Undo History” (like they have in programs like Logic Pro) so I could have gone to the earlier saves directly? (of course, in the future I’ll also remember to re-title the file!)