This is probably a stupid question, but is it possible to get a solution you have drafted back if you accidentally clicked out of the problem? I just spent an hour and a half writing a solution (seriously, this problem is worth it) to this problem and all I have to show for it is my dash separator: \[\text{......................................................................................................................}\] Is it possible for an admin to find the text I created, or is my solution now just a ghost on my computer's hard drive?

Note: one of the things that is unfortunate about the new modal box system is that if you are doing something in a box and you click out accidentally, the browser doesn't give you the warning that "You have entered text on brilliant.org. Do you wish to continue?" and you (seemingly) lose everything.

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We do not save drafts, nor have access to it (unlike Facebook).

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Ok, thanks. I guess I'll rewrite it tomorrow.

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