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Normally, if you make subsequent edits within a one hour period (configuration item {ReplaceIfEditedAgainWithin}), TWiki will fold together your changes. This is often the "right thing to do", as it can reduce the visual clutter of the topic history.

The "Force new revision" checkbox is a way to force it to create a separate revision each time you save.

The TWiki06x00.TWikiPreferences variable FORCENEWREVISIONCHECKBOX controls whether this is checked by default or not.

On a related note, you can force every save to be a new revision number by setting {ReplaceIfEditedAgainWithin} to 0.

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How do I restore an old revision?

-- KevinSong - 12 Dec 2006

  • Go to More topic actions
    • Choose the previous revision number + check "raw"
  • Copy the raw topic text
  • Go to view, click Edit
    • Paste copied text
    • Save

-- ArthurClemens - 12 Dec 2006

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