Been running workbench since '19, and been having recent PC instability of late (i.e. random resets). These resets have somehow corrupted my VS Code Extensions resulting in failure modals as shown in the ensuing screenshot.
I’ve uninstalled, re-installed VS Code and all the Extensions to no avail… any clues appreciated in getting this operational again.
This Pallet command Particle: Audit Environment, like all others are inoperable and result in the same error modal as my initial post. My Home directory is on my workstation’s local SSD, and my Windows username is void of spaces and non-ASCII punctuation or symbols…
hey, I would try deleting (backup just in case) the .vscode folder under my home folder, which is where vs code stores its data and plugins (I think). Maybe uninstall VS Code before, delete the folder, then reinstall?
there are .vscode folders under the projects (where your source code is) maybe delete (backup just in case) that one too?
Winner, winner, chicken dinner… uninstalling vscode, then wiping the .vscode folder, then re-installing workbench was the combo it needed. One would think that an uninstall would wipe the installed instance such that reinstalls are “fresh”. Thanks for the suggestion Gustavo! / @gusgonnet.