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    Default Everything gone, all my websites disappeared

    I am using NOF 2013. A of this morning all my websites have disappeared from my software. Has anyone else had this problem?

    Mike

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    Reflect on what actions you may have taken. Site files don't magically disappear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckj View Post
    Reflect on what actions you may have taken. Site files don't magically disappear.
    Believe me, I've reflected! I last edited one of my sites a couple of days ago and did nothing different from normal. Today, I opened up the software and where the list of sites used to be it says "No sites created yet". The sites are still accessible online but of course now I can't edit them. Any suggestions welcomed.

    Mike

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    You may have inadvertently cleared the history of sites worked on in your Online View.

    Try choosing File > Open Site from the menu. Your sites should be listed there in User Sites.
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    Thanks Chuck, but that is clear too. I suspect that McAfee Quick Clean may have done the job, because my Recycle Bin was also cleared. What a bummer, to put it mildly!

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    If you haven't done a search of your hard drive for .nod files do that. Note: Use *.nod for the search because without the * I have found the Windows Explore search to fail if there are other characters that precede what you enter.

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    Thanks Jack, the perfect solution! All the sites open in NOF 2015 rather than 2013 which I had been using, but I guess I should have changed over last year. I owe you a beer!

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