How to tell if application has Auto Save and Versions in OS X Mountain Lion?


How can I tell if an app uses the auto save and versions features in Mountain Lion?

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TheCount has it right on this one. It's pretty easy to tell, once you know what to look for in the application.

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Just look at the top title bar of the document you have open. If you move the cursor over the title and there  is a small triangle is to the right of it, and a menu pops up when you click the triangle, then the application supports the Auto Save and Versions feature.

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