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Saving a document to its original location always is overwriting the previous version and clearing the 'Undo' chain and the assigned memory. A user trying to undo an erroneous step would fail after an autosave. Thus the automatic saving of recovery information might actually be the better way.

Saving a document to its original location always is overwriting the previous version and clearing the 'Undo' chain and the assigned memory. A user trying to undo an erroneous step would fail after an autosave. Thus the automatic saving of recovery information might actually be the better way.

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As far as I can see there is still no mention here of the extension "TimeStampBackup_v..._.oxt" by @Zizi64 on forum.openoffice.org/en . Being retired and having downsized my "productive work" I don't actually use it. Try it if you want. You find it here.

Saving a document to its original location always is overwriting the previous version and clearing the 'Undo' chain and the assigned memory. A user trying to undo an erroneous step would fail after an autosave. Thus the automatic saving of recovery information might actually be the better way.

(Edit1:)
As far as I can see there is still no mention here of the extension "TimeStampBackup_v..._.oxt" by @Zizi64 on forum.openoffice.org/en . Being retired and having downsized my "productive work" I don't actually use it. Try it if you want. You find it most recent version) here.