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Hi,

When i run junit --->Debug as Junit first time it showed debug view properly with variables, outline, code etc at correct places. But later it got correupted and not able to see those tabs properly. How to restore default debug view so that i can see all in right place in right corners.
when should i cick step in , step out, step through, resume to next break points etc and shortcuts.
please advise
Any links resources ideas highly appreciated. Thanks in advance
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could you please attach a snap here ?
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i closed and reopened eclipse still did not fix. I closed and reopened debug view that also did not fix. Please advise
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basically, your eclipse is not able to save workspace status/settings. requesting you to attach a snap here.
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you can give it a try below steps:

1. Open eclipse
2. Open debug perspective and reconfigure the GUI.
3. now keep eclipse remain opened and go to <WORKSPACE>\.metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.core.runtime\.settings directory.
4. take a backup of  org.eclipse.debug.ui.prefs file
5. close the  eclipse

check if the org.eclipse.debug.ui.prefs file is updated or not. This is the file where debug ui settings are stored.
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3. now keep eclipse remain opened and go to <WORKSPACE>\.metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.core.runtime\.settings directory.
4. take a backup of  org.eclipse.debug.ui.prefs file
5. close the  eclipse

check if the org.eclipse.debug.ui.prefs file is updated or not.

After taking back up as in step 4 what i supposed to do. Refresh or update etc needs to be done? please advise
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