I want to let Mathematica automatically make a backup of an active notebook and export it to somewhere else (something like Wolfram Cloud or Google Drive) frequently.
"frequently" means whatever it is convenient, like "every 5 minutes", "every time the user manually saves it by Ctrl + S", and so on.
Is there any way to do it? I use Mathematica version 12.0 on Windows 10.
Any information would be appreciated.
I’ve experienced losing the edit on my notebook before by an inevitable accident. I mistakenly evaluated the cell which included infinite loop and I had to force stopping Mathematica from task manager, because it froze. The next time I launched Mathematica and opened the notebook, even my edit I did save by Ctrl + S before the infinite loop started was somehow lost. I want to avoid that by frequent backup and I want to confirm it by automating it.
I have multiple scripts using the IRkernel on Jupyter notebook. I have to put them on a server, but I want to make it not editable and not deletable, it is kind of lock. The aim is that people can only run the script. I have already tried things, mainly by modifying the metadatas like that :
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If I simply select Format > Stylesheet > Default, the separate slides are still there, labelled “Slide 1 of 34” etc.. Is it then just a matter of manually removing all the page breaks, or is there more to it?
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