MattG Posted December 27, 2018 Share Posted December 27, 2018 I fear I made a mistake in acting quickly to look at something. I have a file we are working on with project sharing in a shared Dropbox folder. The project file and the working files are in the same directory. I have been just working from my files working file and saving/committing to the project file as needed. I wanted to look at something quickly with a coworker and accidentally opened the project file and didn't catch it. I wasn't actually "working" on stuff in that file we were just chatting about things and moving around in there. However, I did drop in a rectangle just to show something. My issues is I now have the rectangle in my file when I go back to my working file and I am unable to delete it because it is tied to a working file that essentially does not exist. It is the "same" working file I am in. I cannot seem to forcibly check out or do anything to it. I am also the admin of the file. Any thoughts on what I should/could do to get rid of my rouge rectangle? Quote Link to comment
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