> On Oct 17, 2016, at 1:29 PM, Ron Feldman <ronald.feld...@linq3.com> wrote:
> In the Application preferences of the OSX version of TextWrangler, there is 
> the option to "Reopen documents that were open at last quit" along with the 
> sub-option to "Restore unsaved changes". This is version 5.5.2. What this 
> does, magically, is allow me to have an infinite number of "clipboards" that 
> are persistent through re-boots. TextWrangler is apparently saving all my 
> open files, even if I don't save them. So I don't have to come up with names 
> for items that are meaningless beyond a few days' work, and I don't have to 
> find a place to store them. For example, I currently am up to "untitled text 
> 113" - just tons of little clipboards that I can check back on and don't 
> really need to clean up until I just feel like tossing the old clipboards, 
> which I do every once in a while.
> Is this super special amazing feature also in BBEdit? I really like making my 
> coworkers jealous with my infinite persistent clipboards, and I don't want to 
> lose that feeling of superiority.


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