I really like the Autosave feature, but it still needs some work.
I uploaded a design with three differently-colored paths. Not realizing that deletion was sticky, I deleted two of the paths to fit a piece of scrap material. I couldn’t find any way (short of re-uploading the file) to recover my original design. The ellipsis menu didn’t offer a “Reset Design” choice, nor did the drop down menu in the thumbnail view.
I also didn’t see the Snap and Store box in the thumbnail view, even after cmd-shift-R reloading.
I opened a Private Window in the same browser (Vivaldi on my Hackintosh); the deletions were still present there.
So I opened a different browser (Safari) and logged in.
Clicking on my design there showed me my original design without the deletions. Still no “Reset Design” choice anywhere though (why not add this to the thumbnail menu?).
“OK, so edits are being stored locally” I thought.
Here’s what’s strange, though: going back to my original browser and opening the same design now showed me the original design without the deletions.
And the Snap and Store Box suddenly appeared in that browser’s thumbnail view.
I’m sure that @jonathan could explain what’s going on, but I can’t figure it out.
Unfortunately, trying to repeat this sequence after exiting both browsers didn’t exhibit the same behavior. The deletions stayed deleted in both browsers.
I also tried deleting all the paths in my design, thinking that it might be a way to get the original back, but that didn’t help.
I think there should be a way somewhere to restore the originally uploaded design just as there is in catalog designs. It would expect this to be available from the thumbnail dropdown menu, at least.
: went back to the original browser after having deleted all the paths, and all three are back!