A user imported a book into the wrong project. An Arabic script (AS) book was imported into the Roman script (RS) project - both projects were open at the time, and the wrong one was selected. So in the RS project I select Project History. I can see the change to the book (ISA), and the second item in the history says “before importing books”. So I just want to restore that version. But I can’t find any way to do it! If I select the second item in the history, I would expect the “Revert Books…” button in the toolbar to be available, but it is greyed out. I still have the .BAK file in the project folder, which I quickly made a copy of. It looks like it has a time around the time of the import, and looking at it in a text editor, it seems to be the right RS text.
So should I import that .BAK file to restore the RS text, or is there another way to restore the book? If I click on the ISA link in the project history, it pulls up the Compare Texts window and shows me the change from RS to AS. So I guess I could copy the RS text a chapter at a time for the Compare Texts window, and paste it into the project, but that sounds more dangerous than restoring the .BAK file.
But why can’t I revert the book? In the history entry is says:
ISA Isaiah 1-66
Properties and Settings
So was there maybe something in the settings that changed that prevents me from reverting? Or did it try to convert the project to an AS project?
Thanks for any pointers.