Sometimes, if you're having trouble with the bot recognizing a specific step, the fastest way to get back on track is to restart the course.
To do this, on a course page, you should see a button at the top that says "Leave course". That should bring up a box, with an un-checked box that says "Do you want to delete your course repository?". Check that box, and then click "Continue and delete (name the repository)". Then, you can re-register.
This isn't an ideal solution, but if you're ever really feeling stuck, this can be a good way to get things moving again. Good luck, and happy learning!
Cookie again, if it's at all possible to scrape this one completely and start anew I'm willing. Only that I've tried, and I think Windows Power Shell, the Command Line and Git Bash are all connected. So I can't use any of them without a Path Correction. Since I'm utilizing Tower presently, I can see how I've committed 3 files that should not be together, all together and the Path is in with this group. If anyone can tell me how to fix this or how to start over I'd be very grateful. Want to go back to learning Node.js. :)
I know as though I've not messed up enough already, Huh!
This is not a bot initiated program problem. I took an Internet course on Git, with Udemy, I did all the instructor said to do. Thing is files from another program , another class, in node.js started putting the work from that class into git also. I had no knowledge of this , until I went back to do more work for the git class . Then I saw the "greet.js" file from the node.js class, unfortunately I attempted to add the file with the little knowledge I had. When this failed, I enlisted help from StackOver Flow, Medium and Google Info. in attempt to fix the problem. That's when things got complicated, and then the more I tried to fix it, the worst thing's got. So it's not a bot stimulated program problem, I really worked at making this mess. Can You HELP ME anyway????? Is it it posible to scrap this one and start anew, because that's what I think it's gonna take.