Strange issue while opening a scen file in Maya

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Old 03 March 2011   #1
Strange issue while opening a scen file in Maya

Hello
First thread I make on this forums and I regret that it isn't a happy one; I'm working on an animated short for my graduation project, and some weird issue happened. When I finished the animation of a scene, as usual, saved, then close the scene and moved forward with the next one. The following time I opened that very scene, all the animation that was saved got lost, and not only that, the scene went back to the point it was a couple of weeks ago!! Good thing I had a backup, but, I'm wandering what would something like that happened...

A few things to take under consideration, I'm using Maya 2011 x64 on Windows 7, working with reference files.

If anyone has any idea of why would that happen I would appreciate it a lot, also, idk if this specific forum is the right for this subject, but I don't know where else to put it xD

Thank u on advance!

EDIT: hehe, misspelled scene on the thread name
 
Old 03 March 2011   #2
We have a forum for Maya... this thread should go there...
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