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In the coding area, all that’s showing is the “main.js” on top of the scree.

I’ve already tried reloading the page, resetting the execercise, and waiting a couple hours. Does anyone know what’s wrong?

I managed to solve the problem by restarting my pc.

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I come from a complete different sector of work and I am trying to make a transition to ‘this’. Let me tell you one thing, never encountered an approach where it looks like they want to frustrate you so much right from the beginning even if you do things right (but you start to doubt because the exercise doesn’t respond or …). Guess they are trying to brainwash you immediately, recognizing that programming/coding is a complete different environment (e.g. reset, refresh, precise, KISS, don’t try to be to smart etc.). Also forcing you to understand the importance of forums and threads. Wooooow this last exercise really tested my state of mind big time and it taught me mentally a lot. It was not about the right coding this exercise but preparing/testing your state of my mind. Well I am still alive and will not quit. ;>)