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I have purchased Saved Drafts and looking at the module today, a change to PLIGG 2.0.1 fixes this. However, I have made a lot of changes to my site and simply upgrading will loose all of this. Does anyone have details of the specific changes that were made so I can apply them to my site and get save drafts working?

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    I suggest you use Winmerge to compare the source code between your old copy and the new version to see what's changed. If you happen to have an old, but unmodified version of the module then that would be the best way to get a quick comparison. I don't track my development of that module on SVN or GIT, so there's no easy way for me to tell you what's been updated now that it's been so long since I applied the changes.

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    I also updated Saved Drafts, and it is no longer working on 2.0.1 (it removes the Title and Description when saved). Any help on how to get it working would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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    I have upgraded now, and Saved Drafts is still not working, I'm getting the same issue as before

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    Thank you Yankidank

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