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scottrockers says

Hey guys,

I made an update to one of my files, and usually it shows up in the “My Current Uploads” what position I am in. After I submitted it it gave me a message at the top of the page what position in queue I was but its still not showing up under the “My Current Uploads”.

I am just wondering if there is something wrong and how do I check what position my file is in?

Thanks Scott

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ADG3studios Envato team says

Hi Scott, is it an update to one of your current files or an update for a file that is still in the queue. Because I just approved one of your updates a little while ago. Are you referring to a different file?

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scottrockers says

Hey ADG3 ,

Thanks for your help so far. Yea after you approved the changes and asked me to look at it again, I figured out I forgot to reexport the correct preview swf, so the preview still had the bug in it. So I reuploaded the corrected file again just a second ago and it said i was 34th in queue in a message at the top of the screen on one page view but its not showing up in the “my current uploads”.

Does that make sense?

Thanks Scott

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