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DMS 2 Oops! Can I revert?

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I have (had) a pretty involved global header with a masthead, ubermenu, etc. I was trying to create a new template and deleted the items in the header section, updated my template, published... and now the header is gone from my entire site.
Is there a way to revert to my previous global settings?

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Never mind - just created it again from scratch.

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OK, thanks for informing us the issue has been resolved.

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