I'm experimenting with IDE 2.0 and I really like it so far because it brings the power of intellisense and other VSCode features into a UI that hides some of the extraneous aspects.
I'm currently using the Sparkfun Qwiic Micro SAMD21 board. I'm running just a basic program to turn on one pin.
The Arduino IDE 1.8 (the old one) and VSCode both are able to detect that the Qwiic Micro is on COM3 if it is running and COM4 if in bootloader state. I'm able to compile and upload without issues.
The Arduino IDE 2.0 is not able to detect any ports at all. How can I solve this?
I am able to compile in IDE 2.0 but I cannot upload.
I need to have this solved today or tomorrow because I'm going to be developing curriculum and training teachers and high schoolers next week.