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Form presets - restoring defaults

Thread began 5/19/2014 6:33 pm by david_allen | Last modified 5/29/2014 8:10 pm by david_allen | 558 views | 4 replies |

david_allen

Form presets - restoring defaults

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I fear there is possibility I named a custom preset 'Form' … so that there is no overwrite. You will know whether there is a default preset with that name. If not, then let me not waste your time.

Instead, a useful question is: How to restore defaults, if one needs to do so? Also, how to start from a blank form? Though that answer is surely to use the 'blank' option.

Again, thanks.
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Not sure, but may have overwritten a form preset. Specifically, if there is a preset named Form, I do not now get a generic blank when I go there (instead, I get the last form created). Hence seem not to have the options I need to start fresh.

How do I / is there a way to restore default presets, for forms? And at the same time keep the (valuable) preset currently named Form, presumably with a new name?

For the latter, I can see to duplicate the present preset, likely rename it, perhaps export it. If I have overwritten, how, may I ask, to restore the default? At a minimum, how to get back to a blank starting place?

Thanks.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The only way to restore the form presets would be to unistall Data Bridge, then reinstall it.

if there are form presets you wish to save, open the preset manager and export them first, then after reinstalling Data Bridge, you can re import the saved presets.

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david_allen

Thanks, Jason. And, first, pardon my tardiness in coming back. More, please excuse the badly formed question in the first place - the failure of too much haste. Apologies / my lesson, to get it right going forward.

May I also check: Can you confirm whether there is a preset in:

CSS Form Builder - Form Contents

named:

Forms ?

If not, then I created it and did not overwrite. Knowing yay or nay, as to whether there is such a default preset, points to whether or not I overwrote. Thanks, David

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, there is not a default preset in the CSS Form Builder - Form Contents group named Forms.

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david_allen

Thanks so much - of course, what I wanted to hear! I didn't overwrite. Next time … shall be a bit more explicit with the preset naming.

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