I’ve been working on a grasshopper file a few hours and didn’t save it. Now it’s frozen. If I close it I will get my backup file or not? How can I save my work now? Or I should wait?

I’ve created a pattern, using 3 different triangles (small size triangle, medium triangle size and large size triangle) I was applying them on panels using points and attractor curve.Finally, I was rotating them using attractor point. I used flatten tree for geometry and plane to rotate them together. Now I need to split this list to have it like I had it before (small size triangle, medium triangle size and large size triangle). How can I do it? thank you in advance.

If there’s something auto-saved then is located here (disable Solver, load the thing and try to figure out the reason for the problem by disabling components according some sort of logic):

If you have saved the file at any point before, you can close Rhino and when you open that file again, you will get a chance to open the recovery file. Use the option to disable the solver first!

As to why it crashed, you can’t arbitrarily flatten and graft data trees without understanding the effects as it can lead to hundreds of thousands of geometry operations.

Thank you, it’s worked now and i am happy. Could you please answer my second question?
2. I’ve created a pattern, using 3 different triangles (small size triangle, medium triangle size and large size triangle) I was applying them on panels using points and attractor curve.Finally, I was rotating them using attractor point. I used flatten tree for geometry and plane to rotate them together. Now I need to split this list to have it like I had it before (small size triangle, medium triangle size and large size triangle). How can I do it? thank you in advance.
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