I found for me that the "missing games" weren't actually games. I have my library set up into 2 Collections: Favorites and Uncategorized. You can see that there is a lot missing from Uncategorized:
Similar to the answer from @Joachim, if you go into the filter settings and select Unplayed, a new category called "Tools" will appear. ...
This might not fix it, but if anyone has this issue make sure you are allowing Java Area Runtime through the Windows Firewall.
If Minecraft is still running and you cannot stop it by normal means, go to CMD, and enter this:
taskkill /im javaw.exe /f /t
This ends Java Area Runtime. Sometimes tasks won't stop themselves when ...
I can't be sure that this worked but it worked for someone with the same issue, but apparently, you have to show hidden files.
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Besides editing the variable displayName in %appdata%\.minecraft\launcher_profiles.json to a different name, I found that you need to end the process Minecraft Launcher first before launching it again, otherwise the old variable is overwritten back. You should see the new name in the launcher.
The best way is Hamachi.
Download Hamachi on your PC, Register in the app. Then create a new Network (With any name and password). Tell the name and password to your sister, so that she can join. After she did it, she must copy your IP address (it is shown in Hamachi).
Then you just enter your world and open it to LAN. Tell your sister the PORT, which is ...
It would be helpful if you could post a short video to show the effect. I can speculate that you may have turned on the Cinematic camera somehow. Check in your Controls settings which key toggles Cinematic camera. If it is not assigned, you can assign and unused key. Then return to game and press the key.
The issue in question was only able to be reproduced while I was using a Radeon 5750 (it's worth noting that back when I originally bought the game I had an Nvidia card of that era, which worked fine). When I upgraded to a GTX1060 the issue disappeared, so this appears to have been an issue related to incompatibility with either the graphics card itself, ...
Best way to deal with this is:
Open any game in which the controller is not working
Press the PS button whilst being on the game screen
Go to device setting tile
Turn off the controller
Turn the controller back on
Do all the above steps after opening the game and not on the home screen.
This should solve it, certainly did for me.
I had this issue and I believe it happens when your payment flow gets stuck in some weird state when your payment fails, it thinks your account has been created, but it can't retrieve your profile because your payment never actually went through. Then anytime after that your account is permanently stuck in this state. It's a bug on microsoft's backend.