Code editor in browser doesn't stop buffering

Carlos Romero 10 Reputation points

In the learning lessons that require practicing and running code in the integrated editor in the browser doesn't load up and keeps on buffering.

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  1. anand 225 Reputation points

    Hi @Carlos Romero,

    Welcome to Microsoft Q&A forum.

    Since Visual Studio Code(VS Code) is different from Visual Studio(VS) and VS Code is currently not supported in the Microsoft Q&A forums, the supported products are listed over here:

    For the related questions (technical support) about VS Code, you can post here: GitHub - Visual Studio Code.

    1.     Check your internet connection: Ensure that your internet connection is stable and has enough bandwidth to load the editor. Try opening other websites to confirm that your internet is working properly.

    2.     Clear browser cache and cookies: Cached data or cookies might be causing the issue. Clear your browser's cache and cookies, and then try loading the editor again.

    3.     Try a different browser: If the issue persists, try using a different web browser to see if the problem is specific to one browser. This can help identify whether the problem is browser related.

    4.     Disable browser extensions: Browser extensions or add-ons can sometimes interfere with the loading of certain elements on a webpage. Try disabling all extensions and then attempt to load the integrated editor.

    5.     Update your browser: Make sure your browser is up to date. An outdated browser may have compatibility issues with certain web applications.

    6.     Check for JavaScript errors: Open your browser's developer tools (usually by pressing F12 or right-clicking on the page and selecting "Inspect") and go to the "Console" tab. Look for any error messages related to JavaScript. Addressing these errors may resolve the issue.

    7.     Firewall and antivirus settings: Your firewall or antivirus software may be blocking the integrated editor. Check your security settings and whitelist the website or application if necessary.

    8.     Contact support: If none of the above solutions work, contact the support team of the integrated editor or the platform where you are trying to use it. They may have specific recommendations or be aware of any ongoing issues.

    Remember to document any error messages you encounter, as this information can be helpful when seeking assistance from support or forums.


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