Through some horrible circumstances one of my files has been changed without me knowing, possibly by repeatedly having pressed Ctrl+Y or something like that. Is there are any internal buffer in Sublime Text where I can have the changes reversed?

Please save my day.

  • for changes within a text editor, ctrl-z is undo and ctrl-y is redo. is that not doing it? I know with some programs if you undo a bit, then make a change yourself, then you can't always redo.. but if you're working on a file and make some unwanted changes, then you can undo however far with ctrl-z and redo them with ctrl-y. – barlop May 10 '14 at 12:50
  • it was restarted too. The changes have to be on the disk if it is for me to get any help. – user3046061 May 10 '14 at 12:54
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    Well, if you closed sublime without saving (hot exit) you can revert by using Revert File under File menu. – Taylan May 13 '14 at 23:00

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