Quarto Visual Editor gone in RStudio, how to get it back

I'm on Win11 and running RStudio Version 1.3.959

  • was on Quarto 1.2
  • was on RStudio 1.2
  • downloaded the Win Q 1.3 msi
  • ran Quarto I.3 install from file manager
  • launched RStudio 1.2, Visual Editor bar is still there, and I can create a Quarto Doc from the menu
  • Run RStudio Upgrade to 1.3
  • launch RStudio and the Visual Editor is not there...
  • I have a few times uninstalled and re-installed via the msi to no avail..
  • I can run Quarto commands in the terminal

so what's the what I have out of sorts here?

tmeek@AC-LT-TMEE-01 /c/Doc-Testing/diit-documentation/quarto (Tom_Doc_2)
$ quarto check
A new release of Deno is available: 1.28.2 → 1.34.1 Run deno upgrade to install it.

[>] Checking versions of quarto binary dependencies...
Pandoc version 3.1.1: OK
Dart Sass version 1.55.0: OK
[>] Checking versions of quarto dependencies......OK
[>] Checking Quarto installation......OK
Version: 1.3.353
Path: C:\Doc-Testing\diit-documentation\quarto\renv\library\R-4.2\x86_64-w64-mingw32\bin
CodePage: 1252

[>] Checking basic markdown render....OK

[>] Checking Python 3 installation....OK
Version: 3.9.7 (Conda)
Path: C:/ProgramData/Anaconda3/python.exe
Jupyter: 4.8.1
Kernels: python3

[>] Checking Jupyter engine render....OK

[>] Checking R installation...........OK
Version: 4.2.2
Path: C:/Users/tmeek/AppData/Local/Programs/R/R-4.2.2

  • C:/Doc-Testing/diit-documentation/quarto/renv/library/R-4.2/x86_64-w64-mingw32
  • C:/Users/tmeek/AppData/Local/Temp/RtmpUHFIYm/renv-system-library
    knitr: 1.39
    rmarkdown: 2.14

RStudio 1.2 and 1.3 do not have the visual editor. Are you sure that's what version you're using? (Could you check Help -> About and report the actual version?)

If that is the version you're using, what output do you get for these commands in the RStudio Console tab?

> Sys.which("quarto")

> Sys.getenv("RSTUDIO_PANDOC")

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