The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @mjtsai ever

October 20th, 2009

@dornquast Now it says that it will keep only weekly backups for the past year, and I need CrashPlan+ to change that.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to dornquast

@dornquast I had set it to "never delete" before. I thought that meant unlimited versions. Don't care about disk space because of CPC. :-)

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to dornquast

@dornquast My understanding is the free version *is* losing versions now, because after 90 days it only keeps one per week.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to dornquast

@crashplan How can I keep as many versions as I like? Changing the defaults requires CrashPlan+ according to http://bit.ly/QirHT.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to crashplan

@marcoarment Hopefully the edge isn't as sharp, too. :-)

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to marcoarment

Aw, my customers are so sweet. And helpful.

via Twitter for iPhone

@nriley Thanks. Seems the @crashplan changes now reduce the number of file versions you can keep without paying.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to nriley

@siracusa And they should be easily removable.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to siracusa

The @crashplan app seems to have silently auto-updated itself, as the UI is tweaked a little, but the app on my hard drive has the same date

via Twitter for iPhone

MacUpdate is showing a new CrashPlan for 2009-10-19, and it's available for download, but nothing in forum or from @crashplan.

via Twitter for iPhone

Photoshop Elements 8 trial requires Adobe account to download, 1.24 GB. Acorn 2.1 trial: 8.1 MB.

via Twitter for iPhone