So someone deleted a mockup in confluence (about 50 edits ago) and we want it back.
It is still in the system - search finds the .png - I can add it as an image to the page.... But how do i get to edit it again?
I tried to insert a new one - it does not come up as one to copy from (Jira does this but not confluence)... Any ideas - it is pretty complex
Hmm, I just tried it again and it works. What version of Mockups are you using?
Another way is to download the bmml attachment, open it in a text editor, select all of it and copy. Then back in Confluence create a new mockup, select "Import XML", paste and import. You will create a clone of the original mockup that way.
Hi Paul. If the mockups's png and bmml are still attached to the page, you can follow the instructions here http://support.balsamiq.com/customer/portal/articles/113837#moving-advanced to make it reappear on the page so that you can edit it again. Let me know if it doesn't work.
Tried this - I get an error in the page "Mockup image (version 1) not found. Did someone delete it?"
I then tried to rename it (the second part of the page - for some reason I though that was the next steps...) and that also gives the same error message - even with the new name
So not able to edit it - it does not display in the page (except using html image)
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