Original templates: /default ->mydefault/newtemplate I exported 'newtemplate' (filename: 'style-newtemplate.xml') Imported 'style-newtemplate.xml' as child of 'mydefault'. Thinking that I might either be prompted to rename it or end up with two called 'newtemplate', like so: /default ->mydefault->newtemplate/newtemplate However, no prompt to rename and I ended up with this instead: /default ->mydefault->newtemplate->newtemplate You can see that as well as a new template created, the original 'newtemplate' has gone from top-level to a child of 'mydefault'. I was able to delete one of the 'newtemplates', the other was left intact. I gather that if I had edited the title in the xml and/or the filename the original template would not have been kidnapped? Not a showstopper, wasn't sure what behaviour to expect really. Might just require documentation rather than 'fixing'. (Perhaps it is documented already? Searched but couldn't find anything.) Cheers for the hard work, styling has become fun again!