I had some example flows that created a flow that had no tab somehow. I’m wanting to purge my flows and start a new project.
What is the best way to either delete these “Ghost” flows, or purge the system and start over from ZERO?
Thanks in advance,
Update: Please ignore this post. It’s actually a Subflow that shows up in the configuration and it doesn’t have a tab… because it’s a subflow. My mistake!
Just for future reference – the simplest way to “purge” your flow and start over would be to delete your flow_XXX.json file (better yet, move it somewhere else). Then when you restart Node-RED, it will create a new (empty) flow for you…
Somethings more is needed.
-In the info tab on the right the Disable button need to be clicked for every Flow
3 Oct 11:02:02 - [info] Node-RED version: v1.1.3
3 Oct 11:02:02 - [info] Node.js version: v12.18.4
3 Oct 11:02:02 - [info] Linux 4.19.118-v7l+ arm LE
@erik276 Qwlcome to the forum Eric.
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