I have noticed before that when deleting links from a link-capsule, the warnings-tab doesn't always reflect that links have been deleted. I have managed to deal with it so far. However, now I have a link capsule that has saved my changes (mostly links I deleted), but on the published hub the old link-list still appears.
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I don't know what screenshot I should take of this issue. I solved it simply by copying-pasting the link-list content (from the edit screen of the hub) to a text-capsule and then deleting the link-list capsule.
I am using chrome on windows 7.
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