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Python Object-Oriented Python Advanced Objects Subclassing Built-ins

Jaron Trotter
Jaron Trotter
11,472 Points

My Workspace doesn't reset when I exit my current one and reopen it.

I need the option to have the workspace start new in case I mess up. I accidentally deleted a file in a workspace, and instead of giving me a new one when i exit and restart the workspace it gives me my edited one back. I need to be able to start with a fresh workspace too.

1 Answer

Cameron Childres
MOD
Cameron Childres
Treehouse Moderator 11,720 Points

Hey Jaron~

You have a couple options here.

If you want to replace just the file you're working on and not the entire workspace I suggest to download the project the files and then copy/paste what you need. You can find the project files in the "downloads" section below the video.

If instead you want to start the whole workspace over you can delete it and then launch a new one. To delete, find "Workspaces" in the main Treehouse menu and use the trashcan icon next to the course in question. Go back in to the course afterwards, launch a new workspace, and it should be reset for you.