This is very unfortunate that you used Notes.
Its used to make short scribbles, like a shopping list, and used just like these sticky yellow pads of paper that you stick everywhere.
There is an undo in: Edit > Undo Typing, but this has to be done before closing the application or changing to a different note, when this is done the text is overwritten. and can't be reclaimed. As you have no back up, start again using the Pages application.
Yeah... I was in the processing of trying to save my stuff onto a external hardrive but enstead of hitting copy I hit paste, and it made a new note over the one I was using.
Doing this in the terminal:
into the cd ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.Notes/Data/Library/Notes; strings NotesV1.storedata | grep body | open -f \
brings up all your notes, is there a way to change the pathway so it brings up your notes for a couple hours ealyier?
Ugh that deffanilty is really sad.
Right before this happened I copied all my documents and files onto my external hadrive.
But I didnt get to my applications folder yet.
Are the notes original saved in the application folder? Or are they saved somewhere else? Because if there not saved in the application folder I would have them on my hardrive, but i see that "notes" is located in applications so maybe I didnt copy it over.
i am using mountian lion.
According to this forum post, they are saved in the folder mentioned, do i access that folder by the terminal?
Sorry im really new to mac and dont realy understand how to use it.