Why does my vscode wont go as tree view?


I am trying to does my vscode wont go as a tree view, if the parent folder has one file (either file or sub-folder), it always append to the main folder.

Why VSCode doesn't show tree view? How do i supposed to reset this kind of behavior, it bugs me every time i see it?

like this one as an example, my sub-folder always append on each other. how do i stop this. i am planning to set up every folder i needed regardles if there a file under on it, just empty folder, so i can visualize what folder and sub-folder I need.


Asked by:- EmmanuelReal
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: 247 At:- 12/22/2019 9:29:10 AM
Visual Studio VS-Code






1 Answers
profileImage Answered by:- vikas_jk

You need to install Treeview Extension for your Visual Studio Code

https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=DaGhostman.vs-treeview

Try the above link and install the extension

OR if it doesn't work, try to reset your Visual Studio Code settings, for this, go to File-> Preferences-> Settings

You can search for the setting that you want to revert back using search box.

Reference for resettings Visual Studio Code.

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At:- 12/23/2019 7:17:57 AM






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