I am a newbie struggling to transition up to Workbench. I like it, but am still making lots of newbie mistakes, but these will get better with more practice, I am sure. But the latest hurdle has me stumped. With the WebIDE I was always able to store my projects on MS OneDrive, which is useful because I work on different computers at different locations. But now I find that Workbench can’t seem to find projects on One Drive. I went back to basics and wrote a simple blink the internal LED program, which would not compile when stored on One Drive. I then moved it to my desktop and it compiled and flashed and worked as expected.
I am getting a lightbulb that seems to indicate I need to edit the “include Path” setting, but I am not sure what to do about it. Perhaps the file is on One Drive but the libraries I need or on my computer and the compiler can’t find them?
Do I need to keep two copies of the code. One on One Drive and another on my local PC and then copy the code off One Drive onto the local PC at the other location? There must be a better way!