A strange experience I just had with 2.0.2 and Harlowe: I wrote a long passage last night, tested it a couple times and closed my laptop (with tab still open in a browser). I open it just now, open that passage, and all the work that I added yesterday is suddenly missing. I keep my Twine folder in my personal Dropbox - would this contribute to it somehow? How has this happened? Where is story content even saved before it's published to a file? Would really appreciate a reply to this as it was a major bummer to lose that work, and it's left me totally not trustworthy of other content randomly disappearing.
As a defesive measure, I recommend you save out to file after each writing session. That way, you don't have to worry about these issues.
In any case, sorry to hear about the lost work. That's never easy swallow.
This is purely anecdotal evidence but I have never lost any data.
I really wish there was also a way to individually export stories rather than saving all your stories each time. Because sometimes I just want to download a single story and not have all of them clumped in a single file.
Is there any way to add a manual save button to Twine 2.0 so that people can control when their browser saves? Or is it different for each browser? Do some work better than others? I've only tried Firefox.