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I am extensively using embedded drawio diagrams. Yesterday I was creating one called "awgpipe" and I forgot to hit "publish" before closing my browser.
Today when I loaded the confluence page again I don't see the diagram, so I thought maybe it's not embedded in the page but it's created as a file.
Unfortunately when I do "embed existing diagram" and I look for its name I don't see anything:
However, if I create one with the same name, it exists.
So I would reeeeally like to find it again. How can I do?
I think that what happened is that the file was created but never published, so a temporary version was attached to the page, and indeed I was able to recover the diagram looking at the attached files (from the published page -> attachements -> files.
I noticed a file with a temporary name with awgpipe in it (third from the top):
Upon opening, I was presented with a string which was the entire xml of the drawio document.
I then created awgpipe2 diagram and copied the string into it:
And I was able to recover the document!!