We have a compound Component Template (CT) that has a Template Building Block (TBB) which contains a component link. When this CT was created, the Default Finish Actions had a structure group (SG) selected which existed in the same publication (Design) as the CT.
Since that original creation (3.5 years ago) someone must have accidentally localized the SG that was targeted. Publishing still works fine as they localized it to the website publication and so it exists in the context of a publish transaction.
However, if I attempt to change that CT (add/update TBBs) I cannot save the CT as Tridion will throw an error that the item doesn't exist in the Design publication it was configured for (publication 3). I obviously can't select the localized folder as it's in publication 5 and outside the scope of the Design(3)-level CT.
So, am I forced to rename the existing, localized SG and create a new parent SG linking the Default Finish Actions to it? I can't easily delete the localized SG as there are thousands of items currently published and tracked to it's tcmid (I assume I'd need to republish everything that touches it so that references are updated to the new SG's tcmid).
Or is there some way to unlocalize a SG like you can with a component/page (although the GUI doesn't reveal it)?
UPDATE: Nickoli Roussakov's screenshot reminded me that if the SG was localized, it should show "(Local copy)" for its publication. Mine does not which makes it looks like it was created in publication 5.
However, I don't see how it's possible. The "Binaries target structure group" for the default finish actions shows tcmid 3-3460-4, but the actual SG is only located in the child website publication at 5-3460-4. So, the same ID, but a different publication and NOT inherited...
Confusing. Maybe during on of our upgrades (we've done two - from 2009 > 2011 and 2011 > 2013) something went a little sideways there? If anyone has thoughts, I'd love to hear them (like can I move this child item up to the parent publication 3 somehow?), but can understand if this question just dies.