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aRtlessX says

Hi guys, I’m going to update an item of mine with extra psd version (it’s been only in illustrator so far) and I was wondering, do I now upload just a main zip file with just the added PS files, or do I include again the previous AI files and the new PS ones in the zip? I’m guessing it’s the latter but just wanted to make sure in case there’s no need for a double (heavy) main zip file again.

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ConstantinPotorac Envato team says

If you decide to update your item and add some extra files like the PSD yes you still need to upload all the other files that were originally in the Zip file. As you specified you want to add an extra file to your item not change it.

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aRtlessX says
Cool, thanks for the confirmation Constantin.

As you specified you want to add an extra file to your item not change it.
Yup, I know. Was just checking in case there was maybe a super secret power system which merges old and new main zip files into one, haha.

Thanks again :)

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