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Can't delete my repls.
rkocz

New here. I'm trying to delete my repls by going to My repls, getting a list, then clicking on the kebab menu by each one. Although the menu appears briefly (I see delete option there), this always just takes me to the coding environment. The menu doesn't stay an allow to selection any of the options. Same behavior on all my desktop browsers and on mobile ones.

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viraaj9jatin

I also have submitted it as a bug

ch1ck3n

first go to https://replit.com/repls
i will be choosing this repl to delete

you will click on the repl

it should take you to the editor

you you will click on the repl name


then click on the three dots

then you can press delete

rkocz

@ch1ck3n
I'm able to do that, but only files are deleted. The repl remains, and is still listed under "My repls." The kebab menu for each repl should allow you to delete that repl, but it takes you directly to the editor after briefly flashing the menu that has a delete option in it. This is broken functionality.

ch1ck3n

@rkocz then you should report it to bugs

rkocz

@ch1ck3n Thanks, that's what I did.

viraaj9jatin

i also having the same problem but i have found the easiest way to delete and it is go in the repl editing page tap the project name and description editing button then tap on menu(three dots option) and then tap on delete to delete your project

rkocz

@viraaj9jatin You're describing exactly what I'm trying to do and it doesn't work for me.

QuickV

Just realized that is what is happening to me too... Must be a bug. @rkocz

rkocz

@QuickV I submitted it as a bug. Hopefully they'll address this.

QuickV

k :) @rkocz

IMayBeMe

I haven’t experienced this on desktop but I can come up with a solution on mobile. After the menu comes up briefly and it takes you to the editor, click the back arrow on your browser and the menu should remain open when it takes you back to your repls page.

rkocz

@IMayBeMe Thanks, but it doesn't work for me. I'm using Android, and this workaround doesn't function in neither Firefox nor Chrome.

IMayBeMe

@rkocz oh ok, I can’t think of any other solutions