Importing / recovering a project

Back to the rat race, we suppose...

nuken allows you to save your project as a .html file on your device. You can import this file into your workspace the next time you open nuken or want to start a new project. Check out the opened menu below.

Import project

Opens a system dialog box. Select your file from the menu (maybe it's that index.html you were working on yesterday). If everything checks out, nuken will load your project into your workspace. From there, you can continue working on it as if nothing happened. 😎

Use template

This opens the Template Menu. Here, you can browse your installed nuken Templates. You can also enter the link to an online template pack and use that if you want.

nuken Templates allow you to load custom projects into your workspace easily. No files to look for, nothing to configure - just one click and you're good to go.

You can also pay the template creator a visit, or view their source code directly.

Recover lost work

Maybe you forgot to save your work, or saved a project to memory. In this case, try visiting the Recovery Menu. nuken will automatically save your work to the Recovery Menu at a set interval, so you can pick up right where you left off. However, you should get into the habit of actually saving your work fairly frequently - sometimes nuken didn't have a chance to save anything, or the setting is disabled. This option should really be used as a last-ditch effort.

If you don't like this feature, toggle it on or off entirely in the Settings Menu (in the Workspace section).

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