IntelliJ IDEA 10.5.1 RC

We’ve just made a new IntelliJ IDEA build available for download — 107.277, and it’s been tagged as Release Candidate for version 10.5.1.

You are welcome to download it from the EAP page.

Also check the issues fixed since the last EAP build.

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12 Responses to IntelliJ IDEA 10.5.1 RC

  1. Randall R Schulz says:

    I found that no navigation or (non-text) search worked in 107.277. I had to revert to the 107.253 to restore normal functions.

    Randall Schulz

  2. Asuka says:

    I have to say if you use this version under ubuntu11.04 with unity, you’ll still find many bugs, such as it makes the title bar disappear, even all other programs, and sometimes your cursors get lost.Hope it will be as good as in windows.

  3. Guno says:

    The title bar disappearing is a known issue in Unity:

  4. yole says:

    The Unity crash is a confirmed Compiz bug, not an IntelliJ IDEA issue.

  5. dawez says:

    Solution at the moment for the compiz bug is to kill the compiz

    Usually press alt+ctrl+F1 and issue the command:

    pidof compiz | sugo xargs kill -9

    Then swicht back to GUI with alt+F7

  6. asuka says:

    thanks, so what about the cursor issuse.

  7. Alex says:

    If you guys could have this fixed on 10.5.1, it will be awesome.

  8. dzoettl says:

    Still not included:
    IDEA-70046 IntelliJ 10.5 freezes on filebrowser usage (german) Mac OS X 10.5 & 10.6

    PLEASE backport the fix !!!

  9. Alexei Osipov says:

    Still quite buggy version :(
    I hope the main release will be much more stable.

  10. yole says:

    We would really appreciate if you could point to specific bugs you’re experiencing.

  11. Juergen says:

    We need this bugfix as soon as possible!

  12. KB says:

    On OS X the 10.5.1 isn’t usable. Beside freezing in file browser, it also sometimes seems to hang in code inspections, reporting correct statements as invalid (happens at least in very big java files with lots of code and inner classes); Had to revert to 107.277 to have a usable IDEA. Why don’t you put out an RC2 and wait if this works? And only in case all is fine then relase the *exact* RC2 version without any further bits, else you do an RC3 etc.;

    Somehow have the feeling that this was again a pushed release because of NB 7 RC1…..

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