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Say I didn't like the latest changes and would like to get back to the last saved version,
Is there a better / faster way than reopening?
(as by clicking F12 in photoshop, for instance).

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Well, I've found someone already asking for that feature on ableton forums:
Guess the answer is no.

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This is correct - there's no such feature in Live. – Warrior Bob May 23 '13 at 17:03
Is there really a need to be faster than simply re-opening? You could always use CTRL-O... I would think that it would kinda suck to have a button that could do away with all my changes since the last save version with one single press. A DANGEROUS button, that would be and one I would not care to risk having around, just to save like 1 or 2 clicks. no, really you could hold down undo (CTRL-Z) until it stopped. ;) – Ron Kyle Jun 1 '13 at 7:20
Users of photoshop / revision control programmers are used to this feature :) – Gal Margalit Feb 17 '14 at 18:50

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