N/APosted on - 11/19/2011
'Ive been deleting and installing a couple of decks for the past few months, and Anki has been creating files backup for each one. Now, a large amount of these decks were disappeared, but the back up files still remains in the backup directory, which increases to about 260 MB. Is it secured to remove these unwanted backup files manually? (I can't see any option for Anki to do it automatically, and Anki doesn't do it automatically)? (I don't see any automatic option in Anki to execute it, and it doesn’t automatically accomplished by Anki).
Is anyone familiar with Anki?
What option should I use if I wanted to create a backup file of my Entire Deck (including media files)? E.g. I've try Anki deck (*.anki) but it doesn't appear to back up media files – I only observe one *.anki file being created. I've also tested Packaged Anki deck but it look as if to back up the whole deck (which includes media files) but at the same time it renames also some files (.e.g. the name of my deck) and I was thinking it doesn't include the setting up information. My question is, how to make backups for your whole decks (including media files) and retain the scheduling information?