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SVG logo overwritten with original after template update ( through joomla updates )

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I'm using your Helix Ultimate with page builder pro
in localhost xampp (all latest versions).

Point 1-

I'm also using my own SVG logo and it was working perfectly:

It was done by replacing file original logo.svg file with my own, at


Today, after template update through joomla updates,

SVG logo was overwritten with helix template original one.

( all other template settings were maintained and also, any css customization was maintained, as I'm using custom.css file for this).

After replacing again the svg logo file with my own one, all went normal ...

Quesiton 1 :

Is there any way that permits not having to replace it after any template updates ?

Point 2-

I'm using the template with Custom Style ON, in preset settings.

That said, from all I've read in your forums, the template assumes none
of the presets 1 - 8 , being the assumed one named default (and all css
changes (for custom.css) file must be done having this default "preset" in mind).

Quesiton 2-1 :

I'm I correct ?

Quesiton 2-2 :

If yes, why the svg logo file replacement (with my own one) only
works when done at " preset1\ "


and not " default\ "


Could it be because, despite preset settings Custom Style is ON,
I'm using a predefined header (the second, white one) at
layout builder / predefined headers ?

Thanks in advance,

Miguel Garcia

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