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Something wrong with Youmagine...

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Last year (a couple of days ago actually) I published my hot-end mount on YouMagine:

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/compact-mount-for-e3d-v6-hot-end-on-ultimaker-original

Today I wanted to publish another project:

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/mod-for-neotko-s-symmetric-dual-fans-umo-umo-40mm

But at the end of the process all the documents from both designs are merged together, and my first publication has disappeared: both URLs above link to the 2nd design :angry:

(You might not be able to see anything, as I have not published the latter design as it is now screwed...)

Tried to find back the text from the first design in the google cache, but no luck with that.

Anybody already got that? Don't want to restart again and get the same problem....

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