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    INTELLIJ JUST DELETED MY ENTIRE FUCKING PROJECT THAT HAD EVERY SINGLE ONE OF MY PRIVATE SCRIPTS IDK HOW TO RECOVER AND I HAD NO BACKUPS AHGHHGHGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

     

    edit: Check your recycle bin before you panic :) I got my code back

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    Had you actually lost all of it what would you have done?

    I thought about this for a bit. I have a really good compiled jar that has a kickass near flawless script (I've run 40+ hours) so I would have kept that as long as I could... My other projects are replaceable, I usually only bot a few things at a time anyways and my current scripts are gonna be obsolete in a few months (because I'll lose interest in running those specific ones).

     

    It would have sucked, but that would be the plan.

     

     

    edit; one day I'ma go back and publish all the scripts for like a Scripter rank on this forum I have some crazy good ones I don't use anymore lmfao

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