Lumberyard offers everything a professional game developer can expect, such as a full-featured editor, native code performance, and stunning visuals.It also includes hundreds of other ready-to-use features like networking, character and animation editors, the Particle Editor, the UI Editor, audio tools, and more. For more sample projects and levels, see Using Lumberyard Sample Projects and Levels.- Selecting all extensions in the filter option of the drop down menu has no effect at first sight, maybe it solve part of the problem.
When I started Eclipse everything was back to the way I had left it - all projects present, all open files were still open, etc. So I've implemented a script that control if workspace setting exits: if not, restore it to default.
It seems like all my projects (except one) disappeared from the view Project Explorer. Version: Helios Service Release 2 Build id: 20110218-0911 Note: all the projects are present on the file system. For me, this was very tedious, since I had several dozen projects in my workspace, but it's the only solution I found short of restoring my entire workspace from a backup.
The solution, as explained here, is to: Note, steps 2 & 3 are optional if Eclipse isn't crashing, but just not showing any projects.
Note: I post this answer even this is not a right answer for this question.
Since I search for Luna and came here,while trying with discussed things I was find this solution. If any of the previous methods don't work for you then delete your old workspace, create a new workspace and put it by default.