[TL;DR version: TextEdit now makes copies of itself that rapidly fill up 10MB .dmg files that I'm accustomed to syncing across machines. I'm at my wits' end.] I'm not a happy upgrader right now, solely due to one issue that could be make or break for me and Lion. I keep a number of small text files in a 10MB .dmg file that I sync to Dropbox across all my machines. The problem now is that TextEdit's autosave and versions rapidly fills up the 10MB, and then I get a message saying it's out of disk space. After a day of trial and mostly error, I've discovered that after just one minute of typing in a 400kb text file, the entire 10MB disk space is filled up! I created these .dmg files so small never dreaming they'd ever be outgrown by something so puny as a .txt file. But here I am, trapped in Lion's hall of reflecting mirrors. None of the partial workarounds that a day of Googling have led me to address this specific problem. I'm aware of my two most immediate solutions: either embiggen the .dmg files, or use another text editor that doesn't have the autosave/versions 'feature'. But I have two questions: has anybody successfully got around this exact kind of problem yet and continued using TextEdit, or if not--- if this is the new reality, just how many versions of itself does the .txt file spawn? and what size of .dmg file should I be looking to create to contain just one (!) of them?