I have this habit of creating new files that I don’t get around to actually finding a place for in my file system, which means their windows end up being titled “Untitled [some number]”.
MacOS’ built-in auto-save and restore-windows feature has helped this be an acceptable strategy during the past 8 years, since unsaved windows are always correctly restored after restarting the app or the computer.
…until MacOS Catalina. After upgrading to Catalina in December, I have now had my second data loss situation because the restore-windows feature only restored my saved documents, and not the unsaved once. This used to work 100% reliably in both TaskPaper (and TextEdit, which I used in a similar way before falling for TaskPaper). Now it seems to work 95% of the time, which is makes a huge difference.
It’s probably a Catalina problem and not a TaskPaper one, so I’m not sure this bug report actually means there’s something to fix in TaskPaper, but any pointers on how I might be able to restore the lost data is much appreciated.
Thanks for making a kick-ass app.