Update local project files by downloading project

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Update local project files by downloading project

Postby achmar » Wed Jan 09, 2013 5:43 pm

Hi. I am using WeBuilder 2014 and so far I really like it! I already have started to changing my habbits in order to move to this platform.

Some things though still need to be cleared in my mind, such as:
It is quite common to my job to have to work on my projects from different pcs (work, home, clients' offices etc).
Also, it is quite common to have some files on the server edited by others (either co-workers or the client himself).

Both of the above lead to having some Server files newer than my local ones. Is there a way to automatically update my local files before starting to work on each project, without having to download every file. This is something similar to publishing but in reverse order.

Thank you for your time and for your excellent software.
Achilles
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