I tried reinstalling it but it still looks like this. Does anyone know how I can revert this as it’s very annoying.
- Close all instances of Atom
- Delete the
- Delete the
- Launch Atom again
In the future, please give the following information when reporting a problem. It helps us figure things out faster and lets us customize the answer to your platform.
- Which version of Atom are you using?
- What OS and version are you running?
- Do you have Emmet installed?
- Can you reproduce the issue after completely exiting Atom and restarting using
if @leedohm instruction doesnt work, there’s an error (red circle with x). Maybe knowing it can improve the situation.
Thank you, this solution worked perfectly! I can get back to work now. I was using Windows 7 sp1, Atom 1.4.0-beta 3, and Atom 1.3.2 for Windows. Emmet was installed. I hope this information helps others. Finding the files mentioned above may require a search of the C drive for “.atom” as they seem to be hidden from the directory tree.
I use windows 10. The program worked fine a few days ago but suddenly it turned like this and I can’t find out how to revert it. I clicked the red circle (like you said @jeancroy), it gave me an error message in a directory I’m unable to reach?! This is what it says:
SyntaxError: Unexpected token at Object.parse (native) at FileSystemBlobStore.load (C:\Users\Eigenaar\AppData\Local\atom\app-1.3.2\resources\app.asar\src\file-system-blob-store.js:36:31) at Function.load (C:\Users\Eigenaar\AppData\Local\atom\app-1.3.2\resources\app.asar\src\file-system-blob-store.js:10:14) at window.onload (file:///C:/Users/Eigenaar/AppData/Local/atom/app-1.3.2/resources/app.asar/static/index.js:18:39)
And when I attempt to go to the directory
\app-1.3.2\resources\app.asar\src\file-system-blob-store.js:36:31) I don’t get further than
\resources because there exists no
\app.asar.unpacked in which there is no
Also @leedohm I can’t find the directories you asked me for.
I’ll check if it works to install Emmet. Brb
EDIT: Installing Emmet also doesn’t work. There’s no Install section in my settings.
lol that question is not to push you to install Emmet, it is juste that while a usefull plugin it cause all kind of trouble.
So the error says there’s something about blob store.
Do you have a
C:\Users\Eigenaar\.atom\blob-store folder you can clear ?
\storage in the same
.atom folder ?
On Windows, the more correct notation is
$HOME\.atom\blob-store. (This is why I ask the question of which platform people are on )
@leedohm tried to copy/paste your path with $Home variable. That leeds to nowhere.
However this works: