Hi Harri, *,
2011/1/27 Harri Pitkänen <email@example.com>:
On Thursday 27 January 2011, Harri Pitkänen wrote:
Now the same thing has happened again, but time the affected page is our
download page (Lataa). Could you help us again and revert it to version 56
which is the latest published one, please?
Jan: Do you remember what you were doing that caused this to happen?
Apparently he accidentally deleted the page from draft site and then tried to
restore it. If this changes the deleted Page into SiteTree it sounds like a
Yes, it definitely is a bug - you should never be able to get "stuck".
Please be as specific as possible on how to reproduce. If possible,
create an account at the staging site
There you can then mess around as much as you want and try to recreate
the situation without affecting the live site.
I now restored the page, please check.
(however anyone with publisher right should have been able to do the same steps:
* Decline the publication request
* Use "Restore" from the bottom controls
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