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You can delete historical versions of files by doing the following:
In the SpiderOak client under the 'View' tab, you can view all of the documents you have uploaded to SpiderOak. Documents which have historical versions saved will be followed by a number in parentheses which indicates how many historical versions SpiderOak has saved. They will look like this: file.doc (3) To delete any of these historical versions, click on the file, and SpiderOak will open another window to the right showing you all of your historical versions, the date they were saved, and their size. Simply select any of these files and then click the 'Remove' button to remove them from your account. (To select multiple files, just hold down the Control key and click which files you'd like to remove.)
You can also purge all your current historical versions from the commandline by running the following command:
Completely close SpiderOak, and be sure that all SpiderOak processes have closed correctly. Open Applications, then open the Utilities folder. From here, open the “Terminal”, and you will see an open window with a prompt at the bottom. In the prompt, please type:
With SpiderOak 9713, you can prevent historical versions from being backed up by going to 'Preferences' in the client and under the 'Back Up' tab check the box that says 'Don't archive folders older than' and then enter your preference.
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If a 'humble' non programmer (such as myself) won, they could 'give' the programme to a NANY participant!-CleverCat (January 13, 2011, 10:56 PM)
My only concern is if CleverCat won, what algorithm would have to be implemented to bias the "giving?"-CodeTRUCKER (January 14, 2011, 05:31 PM)
My wife and I have rescued over a dozen animals in the past ten years. Many times, after unsuccessfully locating an owner, they become a part of the family.
Here are the two we have at the moment. (see attachment in previous post) (see attachment in previous post)-parkint (October 09, 2010, 08:50 PM)
well i am a professional surgeon from india was bitten by sw bug long back
but i have done hardware assembly
and i am a spine surgeon to be precise like the tech part of everything
i enjoy this forum as a idea generation site-satishchandra (October 05, 2010, 12:33 PM)