IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3.2 is out!

Today we bring you the IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3.2 bug-fix update, which includes several important fixes.
To download IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3.2, visit our website, update your version using the ToolBox App or from inside the IDE, or use snaps if you are an Ubuntu user.

Here is the list of the most notable changes in this minor update:

  • Fixed the disappearing Run/Debug and external tools icons, and custom menu items: IDEA-228450, IDEA-222803.
  • The ‘Search for projects recursively’ option is now available for new projects under File | New Project Settings | Settings for New Projects | Build, Execution, Deployment | Build Tools | Maven | Importing: IDEA-222158.
  • The Switcher now correctly navigates between files: IDEA-226761.
  • The authentication script now works with Mercurial 5.2 and Python 3: IDEA-228035.
  • Fixed the issue with scrolling in the Settings/Preferences dialog: IDEA-230387.

We’ve also updated JetBrains Runtime 11 to v11.0.5+10-b520.30 to fix the following issues:

  • The external file chooser crash: JBR-1794.
  • The freezes while typing in Go to Сlass, Search Everywhere dialogs on KDE: JBR-1680.
  • The problem with launching IDE on Windows with Chinese system locale: JBR-1694.
  • The issue with the background in native file chooser on macOS 10.13 and below:

For further details on the bug fixes and changes, please consult the IDE and JBR release notes.

As always, we’re looking forward to your feedback here in comments or on Twitter. Bug reports are welcome in our issue tracker.

That’s it for now. Go ahead update to IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3.2!

Happy Developing!

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5 Responses to IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3.2 is out!

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    Justin says:

    January 22, 2020

    Why do so many (vital!) plugins no longer work with this release? My Python plugin says it’s not going to work after the update. Is this true? Maybe there’s an update for the plugin, and that scary message on the Update Software dialog in the IDE is just scaring me for no good reason. 🙂

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      Dmitry Jemerov says:

      January 23, 2020

      All plugins have versions compatible with 2019.3; unfortunately the message displayed by 2019.2.x builds does not reflect this correctly (this problem is already fixed in 2019.3).

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        Nick Price says:

        January 23, 2020

        Be warned: if you update from 2019.2.x to 2019.3.2, your plugins will report that they are incompatible on first start.

        However, once 2019.3.2 is running, you will be able to update the plugins to compatible versions.

        The root issue seems to be that 2019.2.x will not install the 2019.3.x versions of plugins – they exist, and can be installed after the upgrade, but will not install before or during the upgrade.

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          Samuel Bronson says:

          January 26, 2020

          Note that it’s a bit more work for disabled plugins: you might have to uninstall, restart, then install the new version.

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    Andy says:

    January 24, 2020

    This issue is NOT fixed: “The freezes while typing in Go to Сlass, Search Everywhere dialogs on KDE: JBR-1680.”

    Yes, there is a workaround. But unless every user suddenly gets this workaround out-of-the-box, you can’t claim it is “fixed”.

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