Hold on, update on what I see going on, after creating a new template from scratch. Every time I press "Create From Template" then save the new page, as a default it saves the new page in an auto-created new folder INSIDE the original folder. And that nested folder has both the original page and the variation page.
Why? Why would the default be to create continuing nested folders? Why wouldn't pages created from the same template not just save together by default in one folder and then if *I* want continuning nested folders, *I* can do that manually?
I don't see the design logic in creating extra complexity of organization by default. Are there use cases where this is preferred?
Sorry you're running into issues, and thanks for passing this along. We had a bug where some of the template files weren't being packaged and unpackaged correctly, this should be fixed in the next release.
Ah, great to hear.
By the way, another bug I've run across and want to make sure it's on your radar: Sometimes when I open Edge files I've previously worked on, the Stage area resizes itself based on how I resize the window. Then I have to close the file and re-open it in order for it to be its correct height/width.