IntelliJ IDEA 2019.1.4 is released!

It’s been a while since we’ve released a bug-fix update for IntelliJ IDEA 2019.1, but today we are going to change all that and publish one – IntelliJ IDEA 2019.1.4.

This new minor update for v2019.1 has lots of fixes, you’ll find various bug-fixes, performance improvements, fixed regressions, and more.

Here is a list of the most notables changes:

  • The IDE doesn’t lose the scope focus after escaping the “Find in Path…” dialog: IDEA-215107.
  • The extract method shortcut doesn’t enter the µ symbol in the method name field anymore: IDEA-187355.
  • The issue that prevented typing in the detached editor on macOS is fixed: IDEA-189984.
  • The alphabetical sorting in the File Structure popup now remains after closing: IDEA-125108.
  • Fixed regression: it’s now possible to paste a value containing an equals sign in the environment variables: IDEA-210897.
  • IDEA-206657 Compound Run Configuration triggers “Run” but not “Debug”
  • The disabled Groovy plugin doesn’t affect the Gradle functionality anymore: IDEA-198173.
  • Fixed the Hot swap issue: IDEA-210338.
  • The Paste From History action doesn’t append a paste history number to the pasted content anymore: IDEA-203286.
  • Fixed performance issues: IDEA-216453, IDEA-211672, IDEA-216728, WEB-39808.

We have also updated both JetBrains Runtime 8 and JetBrains Runtime 11.

JBR 8 was updated to v1.8.0_212-release-1586-b4.

JBR 11 was updated to v11.0.2+9-b159.64:

  • We’ve fixed a critical issue with the context menu in the diagram popup: JBR-1255.
  • We’ve restored the work of the Find Action shortcut on macOS: JBR-1135.
  • The issue with the focuses of multiple child windows was fixed: JBR-1362.
  • Fixed the issue that causes the inability to type an opening square bracket or brace with a Spanish-ISO keyboard on macOS JBR-1421.
  • Fixed the issue with disabled menu items: JBR-1541.

Check out the IDE release notes for the full list of fixes.

To download IntelliJ IDEA 2019.1.4 visit our website, update via the ToolBox or from inside the IDE, or use snaps if you are an Ubuntu user.

As usual, we’re looking forward to your feedback and bug reports in our issue tracker.

Happy Developing!

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