I'm using 13.1.4 and this is a relatively new problem.
I rely heavily on control-shift-f10 to run main methods and unit tests but it has stopped working. When I first open a project, that key combination triggers make, but the test of method doesn't actually run. There are no error messages that I can see. I can right-click and choose Run and get the same behavior. In either case, a "null" Ant configuration is added to my run config menu. If I choose "Edit Configurations..." the window that pops us isn't displayed correctly at all. In fact, it's mostly blank. If I click various palces in the window, some buttons,etc will appear, but they don't necessarily work. I cannot delete the null configuration, however. If I restart the project, the bad config will be gone (even if I explicitly save it,) but it will just reappear if I try to run again. After restarting, instead I can manually create a run config that will work, but obviously that's a lot harder than control-shift-f10. Even this config will be deleted if I accidentally save the null config.
Here's a summary:
- control-shift-f10 only makes, it doesn't run
- control-shift-f10 creates a "null" run configuration that connot be saved or edited and blows away any other run config
- the "null" configuration renders the "edit config" dialog nearly unusable (see attachment)
- Manually-created run config cam be saved but they will be deleted if I run control-shift-f10