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Events Disappearing!! 08 Sep 2017 12:34 #90376

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I have been using FCPX since it came out and never saw this. I create an event in an existing library, create a new project and edit the whole thing. Nothing new, nothing different, nothing has changed. Next morning I open the library and the event and project I created don't exist anywhere. Not in a backup, not in the library hiding, nothing nowhere! The event is gone! Have never seen this. I will have to rebuild a few projects and have lost a day's work it looks like, Fortunately I had exported approval copies of the projects so I have those for reference. I am going to wipe my system and reinstall everything which I hope fixes the issue.

My question is, has anyone ever seen anything like this and found any cause for it? Thanks
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Events Disappearing!! 08 Sep 2017 12:48 #90377

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I’ve heard of this happening on external local drives that aren’t macOS formatted.
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Events Disappearing!! 08 Sep 2017 12:59 #90378

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I am using Mac formatted Promise and OWC RAIDS. That is not the issue. I just found something that may indicate it has to do with Carbon Copy Cloner but I can't be sure. It was recently updated. Unfortunately I have to leave the office for the day and can't follow up right now. I have notified Bombich of a potential issue.
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Events Disappearing!! 08 Sep 2017 20:48 #90397

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OK - so this was most likely user error in the heat of the moment. Nothing to see here... :blush:
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