I was working with three instances of rhino and one of then crashed (sent a report) but the weird part was that when I reopen rhino, it didn’t ask for recover file.
so I went to find it by myself on the recovery folder, and the auto save (with the name of the model + that numbers it attach at the name) was there, with a save like 3 minutes older or something, so I kept working.
however, when I alt tabbed to grab some stuff on the older version of my model, that file was renamed Auto save, just auto save.
So rhino 7 somehow updated the name on the file that it was open (but not been worked on, like just sitting there waiting) and did not bring the recover warning window when I re opened Rhino 7 after the file I was working on crashed.
I did not try to reproduce the issue (idk how to crash rhino on purpose) but I think its worth taking a look into it to see if its a issue.
Ok, I didn’t manage to get it on screen record (my computer was too slow recording and modelling at the same time) but after two auto saves the third one renamed the file to the file in the recovery folder.
I did found out that it happened when I was using Rhino 7 working with a Rhino 6 file (I had to keep it Rhino 6) and it does not happen when the file is native Rhino 7