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@cfleming Not sure if it's a problem on my end or yours, but I can't view!forum/cursive-announce (linked from - I get the error message "This group either doesn't exist, or you don't have permission to access it. If you're sure this group exists, contact the Owner of the group and ask them to give you access."


Is that better now?


data point: i see a similar message


anyone having to constantly click ‘add as leiningen project’ every time they start cursive?


yes, I have this issue too


I think it is an issue to do with the latest version on intellij as it has only started to occur since I updated


Which version did you update to?


IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3.2 (Community Edition) Build #IC-193.6015.39, built on January 21, 2020 Runtime version: 11.0.5+10-b520.30 x86_64 VM: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM by JetBrains s.r.o macOS 10.14.6 GC: ParNew, ConcurrentMarkSweep Memory: 1979M Cores: 12 Registry: Non-Bundled Plugins: Docker, Leiningen, com.cursiveclojure.cursive, net.ashald.envfile, org.intellij.plugins.hcl


Based on the other thread, does this only happen in 2019.3?


this has been happening to me for several months...but it recently stopped happening for me


I'm not 100% sure when it stopped being broken. My company's largely switched to using tools-deps instead of lein, so there's only one or two projects still using lein and they're not ones I work on on a daily basis


Ok, thanks. @U0GRS7HB7 can you send me a your log file after reproducing the issue? Probably shutting down IntelliJ and then restarting it would be best, so I can see the log from shutdown and startup. The log is at Help-&gt;Show log in Finder/Explorer. If you’d rather not attach it here feel free to mail it to <mailto:[email protected]|[email protected]>.


@cfleming I have emailed you a copy of my logs. Thanks.


@U0GRS7HB7 It looks like you have the old Leiningen plugin installed. You’ll have to remove that for Cursive to work correctly. Cursive contains everything that plugin has and much much more, you don’t need it.


That seems to have fixed it. Thank you! Actually didn’t even realise I had that plugin installed - IntelliJ must have suggested it one day.


You know, I recently had something muck up my intellij plugin syncing and had to reinstall a number of them manually. I wonder if this "happened" to have occurred around the same time this issue went away for me


I should actually probably check in Cursive if that plugin is installed, and if it is notify the user and offer the option to uninstall it automatically.