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Tracy
What is the difference in saved files .dxf and .dxf~?
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Re: File designations

dellus
.dxf~ are back-up files LibreCAD saves during operation. So if you have a crash you can look at the .dxf~ files for rescue. You can delete these files after operation.
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RE: File designations

Tracy

Thank you.

 

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.dxf~ are back-up files LibreCAD saves during operation. So if you have a crash you can look at the .dxf~ files for rescue. You can delete these files after operation.


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Re: File designations

jefken
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and what means the files
##verdiepin 20 3.dxf

what means the ## in front of the file?
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dellus
# also back-up files. I don't know when and why LC saves this or that kind of files. ## probably means you have reopened a single #-file and this was back-upped again.