A customer deleted a file on their Kirby-based site and simultaneously sent out a newsletter with a link to that same file. They have now asked me to rescue the link to that file.
The link in question led to a pdf in Kirby’s autogenerated media filestructure. They have reuploaded the file, but of course when Kirby autogenerated the file inside the media folder again, it got a different foldername. So, while the old link was something along the lines of “https://site.com/media/pages/pagename/92ee23903c-1600243108/file.pdf”, the new one is “https://site.com/media/pages/pagename/1639ddba2a-1600344832/file.pdf” - i.e., they differ in the autogenerated alphanumeric folder name.
However, simply making a duplicate of the file and manually creating a “92ee23903c-1600243108” folder to place it in there won’t do the trick - the file is still “not found” when called.
Is there any way to manually change the folder name of a media file created via Kirby so it can still be found in the panel or at least manually through the URL?