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Topic: HELP PLEASE! How do I view the gpc scripts currently stored on the CM?

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    Unhappy HELP PLEASE! How do I view the gpc scripts currently stored on the CM?

    I lost the best revision I had of a script I've been working on. I accidentally changed it and saved the change. Now it doesn't work properly, and the only copy of that revision of the script is the one currently stored on the CM. How can I view the gpc files currently stored on there?

    Thanks in advance,
    Yotam.

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    Re: HELP PLEASE! How do I view the gpc scripts currently stored on the CM?

    Quote Originally Posted by yotam4 View Post
    I lost the best revision I had of a script I've been working on. I accidentally changed it and saved the change. Now it doesn't work properly, and the only copy of that revision of the script is the one currently stored on the CM. How can I view the gpc files currently stored on there?

    Thanks in advance,
    Yotam.
    I'm sorry that I'm always giving you the bad news but, unfortunately, it is not possible to extrapolate a script loaded in the CM

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    Altar Desecrater

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    Re: HELP PLEASE! How do I view the gpc scripts currently stored on the CM?

    hola lex necesito la configuración del mouse para reconocimiento de fantasmas y script auto apuntado. Estoy dispuesto a pagar.

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