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If you named everything *exactly* the same - the form itself, the fields, the seagreen file name, etc. - it should overwrite on top of what you had before.

Did you get a "you already have a form by this name" alert when you tried to publish?

In either case, I would suggest rechecking your database login settings in the publish step. This is usually where the problem lies when a form gets a "can't connect" error.

Just a note with respect to this - I too have lost my .sea files! I'm now in the habit of keeping a copy of my .sea files on the server. I just push it via FTP.  =)


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