Lost/Missing/Disappeared Components...

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Foundation Framer Beta
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I have been using Foundation Framer on a new project. It has been a while since I did any HTML, CSS, PHP, or Javascript, and I although my sites worked, they were never cutting-edge.

I am trying to make an old, HTML - only site responsive, and decided to use Foundation Framer as the program to try it.

I am on my third version now, and learning each time. I was using the "Responsive Menu" component, and was making changes to it. At some point, I was unhappy with the results, and deleted the modifications.

Now the component is in the list, but the content seems to be gone. How do I get the component back with out starting all over again?

I have reloaded the program, in an attempt to make the component visible again, but it's not working.

Help?

Thanks.
George Charpentier
Saskatoon, Canada
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VP of Software Development
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Hey George

If you deleted a component or parts of it within your project, there is no way to recover it. You would either have to re-build it within Foundation Framer or create a new website based on the Components theme. There is no way at this time to individually recover components.

Look at it this way, the fourth time might just make you an expert. ;)
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Foundation Framer Beta
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Thanks Scott. I anticipated your answer, and am just about to being version 4.
It is true that it takes a lot less time every time I re-build the site.
I will make more templates as I go along. I think that might help when the next unrecoverable problem develops.
Maybe a couple of extra "undo" steps would help?
Have a good week.

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