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At Rill Architects we run ArchiCAD on Mac OS X. If you work at Rill, this is your stuff. If you don't, but you work in ArchiCAD, you may find something interesting. Anybody else, I don't know.
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I made a quick but not completely disposable scripted object. Probably 30-45 minutes of work. I saved it in the embedded library of a scratch file, rather than in a live server folder where someone might notice it before it's done. (The odds of this are crazy low, plus it's no big deal, but that's what I did.) The scratch
If you encounter a failed Archicad autosave (Crash followed by no recovery dialog at relaunch), and you are running Time Machine in OS X, restore the Autosave folder from Time Machine instead of messing with cron job workarounds. Make sure Archicad is not running. Activate Time Machine on the Dock. Navigate to [Home]/Library/Application Support/Graphisoft/. You should see a folder called
Roundup of issues with daily shutdown, data backup, and power failures.
We have had a handful of cases where Archicad autosave recovery has failed when it should have succeeded. We have also had cases of human error where the autosave never had a chance. Since Archicad deletes the autosave data once it decides (right or wrong) that it's not needed, you don't get a second chance. Unless you routinely back up