Sounds like you found the recovery FOLDER that would contain the recovery files (typically not larger than a mb or so, and usually much less) which I think were deleted when she said no. The actual recovery files will have names starting with DBSharing and DBTemp, and there is a RecoveryData that I believe tells ID which of the other files need to be opened on launch. The ONLY way those files are usable is through automatic recovery when you start ID.
Exacty ... the file name of one of the files is
and is 20.504 kb...
there are other files as well, but much smaller...
But what you are telling me is it needs to go through automatically Recovery! Is there any way to force InDesign into Recovery mode or once she hit No, then there is nothing to do?
You said 20 MB above, so I wondered...;)
You could force quit ID again, but I don't think it will recover the other file once you've said no.
Yep, lots of useless files at ths point.
We solved the problem... We force crashed the computer and was thinking to overwrite the new Temp file.. But that wasn't even nessecary. It just recovered... Great!!