I can't tell you how livid I am - when I clicked to save a draft of an article I'd created using Press This, the damn thing prompted me if I was sure I wanted to do it (with only one response, a link saying Try Again), I clicked the link and the original page was refreshed as new, losing half a day's writing, one of my best articles!
This is the first time I've used Press This. It looked like it would be an amazing feature. It says you can edit the content. There was NOTHING to suggest that I had to save it first as a draft, or that it would lose all my editing.
This is not a good situation. Yes, I know, I should have copied it all into the windows clipboard, but it's not too much of an assumption that "Save Draft" will save a draft, including the whole of the text.
"Back" (via my mouse) didn't do it. If anyone can suggest a way to avoid having to write the blasted thing again, I'd be very grateful to them (the window is still open, but I don't suppose the data is anywhere to be found). It's not in my drafts. I hope someone can fix it so other people don't have the same issue. I'm assuming it wasn't just a one-off glitch.
I used Press This with the whole page.
Damn it, that's ruined my day.
The blog I need help with is lettersquash.wordpress.com.