I have a project I've been working at for a while. The project folder is on a network drive. At some point I tried to open the project when the network drive was not available, so Flash Builder couldn't access it, ok.
Now the network drive is available, and I have already rebooted the system (it's Windows) and restarted Flash Builder.
I can open the project but there are some specifical .as files in the src folder that I cannot open. THE FILES ARE THERE (I can see them in Windows explorer, I can open and edit them in notepad), but Flash Builder cannot open them. They are listed in the left project tree view but when I double click any of them, it says "resource <filepath> does not exist".
It's only some of the files in the project, not all of them. Others I can open.
I already did "refresh". I also closed and reopened the project, and as mentioned I rebooted and restarted Flash Builder.
<rant>This is ridiculous, how can Flash Builder be SO broken?</rant>
Is there a fix for this???
What else does Flash Builder need to open a file besides the file being there?
I just restarted Flash Builder TWICE MORE, and now everything works.
Not once, twice, because the first time it said "workspace in use or cannot be created, choose a different one", so I closed FB and opened it again.
I'm so sick of this sh***
Just come across this also, incredibly frustraiting, some files, not all refuse to open in the IDE some of the time.
They exist and open fine in a normal editor such as Sublime or Textmate but not in Flash Builder.
Restarting the IDE is the only way I have found to fix this, seems to happen randomly to different files.