Fleet Preview Update 1.23: Updated Problems View, Rewrite Code… Feature, Download File To… Action for Remote Workspaces, and More
Fleet 1.23 is now available!
To the Fleet team, the sequence 1-2-3 symbolizes both the step-by-step growth of Fleet and the natural progression of your coding journey. Dive into this release, where (1) coding simplicity, (2) balance, and (3) creative enhancements come together to elevate your development experience. We hope you enjoy this update, and we’re looking forward to your feedback.
- Viewing all problems is now easier than ever. With this update, a single click on the upper-right problem icons grants you instant access to a streamlined problem-solving hub. This feature boosts your productivity by allowing you to swiftly identify and resolve issues, making your workflow more efficient and hassle-free.
- We’ve made it easy to download files from remote workspaces. To save any file to your local machine, simply invoke the Download File To… action.
- AI Assistant: We’ve added a Rewrite Code… action. To use this feature, select a chunk of code, describe what you want to see done to it, and review the AI-generated version. We hope that this update will help you improve code quality, format code to industry standards, and refactor code sections for improved efficiency.
- If no issues are found in a particular file, the Go to Next Problem and Go to Previous Problem actions now show an explicit notification.
- We improved the visibility and legibility of path tooltips. With less prominent separators, navigating your project’s directory structure is now more intuitive than ever.
- Input fields are no longer immediately highlighted in red when you create a new folder or file in the Solution view.
- Fleet now remembers the last directory you had open, making your workflow more consistent. Following the editor reopening, you will see a dialog with a folder containing the current file.
- We’ve improved the UI of Fleet’s Settings page! The scrollbar thumb is now always visible by default, making navigation more intuitive. The scrollable area has also been expanded to cover the entire Settings page. Additionally, you can now easily navigate page by page using the Page Up and Page Down keys, enhancing your control while you configure Fleet to your preferences.
- In Fleet 1.23, we’ve refined the Visual Studio keymap. Now, Ctrl+Topens the GOTO feature, allowing for quicker code navigation. We also optimized accessibility by assigning Ctrl+Alt+T to TOOLS. Additionally, F5 has been reassigned to Resume, while Ctrl+Shift+Alt+R invokes the Run/Debug popup. We hope that bringing Fleet’s Visual Studio keymap closer to the original Visual Studio one offers a more seamless coding experience.
These are the most important updates for Fleet 1.23. See the full release notes for the complete list of improvements and for more details about the latest updates.
Thank you for being a part of the JetBrains Fleet community! Your continued support and feedback have been invaluable in shaping the future of the product.
Please report any issues you encounter to our issue tracker.
To download this update, check the Toolbox App and install version 1.23.
P.S. Support for plugins and plugin APIs is a work in progress, but the list of installed (bundled) plugins is now available and visible to everyone. To view it, select Plugins in the Actions menu.
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