Im relatively new to git, otherwise I wouldnt have done this...

So this may be impossible... but I had a whole bunch of changes that were 
all tracked in GIT and I went to commit them and noticed there were a few 
in the log that I did not want, so I hit the "reset changes" button in the 
commit window and pop! everything is gone... even the ones I wanted to keep.

Any way to 'undo' this reset changes?  None of them were committed 
obviously so scary time.




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