I just created a new Java/Spring/JHipster project. I'm not sure what I picked, but the idea was close. When I start it again, the project view is messed up after a flash of its normal view.
To fix the issue, I have tried the first three steps suggested by Bard, but I don't see "reset" in the project structure.
To fix the issue, I have tried the first three steps suggested by Bard. I don't see “reset” in the project structure.
“There are a few things you can try to fix a messed-up project view in IntelliJ IDEA:
Restart IntelliJ IDEA. This will often clear up any minor glitches that may be causing the problem.
Invalidate the caches and restart. To do this, go to File > Invalidate Caches / Restart. This will clear all of IntelliJ IDEA's caches and force it to rebuild them when it restarts.
.idea folder. The
.idea folder contains all of IntelliJ IDEA's project settings. Deleting it will force IntelliJ IDEA to recreate the folder and rebuild its project settings from scratch. To do this, close IntelliJ IDEA and then delete the
.idea folder from your project directory. When you restart IntelliJ IDEA, it will automatically recreate the
.idea folder and rebuild its project settings.
Reset the project structure. To do this, go to File > Project Structure and then click the Reset button. This will reset the project structure to its default settings.”
None of them helped to resolve this issue, however. What else shall I try?