Bugfix Releases

IntelliJ IDEA 2021.2.2 Is Available

IntelliJ IDEA 2021.2.2, our second bug-fix release, is out! It addresses some of the issues that weren’t covered in v2021.2.1 and rolls back several regressions.

You can get the new version from inside the IDE, via the Toolbox App, or by using snaps for Ubuntu. It is also possible to download it from our website.

Here are the most important fixes and updates in IntelliJ IDEA 2021.2.2:

  • Fixed the Hierarchy tool window to show the usages of an interface method that has at least one implementation. [IDEA-275145]
  • JBR 11 was updated to 11.0.12-b1504.28.
  • Fixed the ability to use external diff tools. [IDEA-271200]
  • Fixed the stop button so it now terminates running processes on the first attempt. [IDEA-276772]
  • Fixed the code analysis issue causing warnings, suggestions, and errors not to disappear when resolved. [IDEA-275168]
  • Fixed the error that would occur when trying to establish an SSH connection. [IDEA-277053]
  • Fixed the error causing the incorrect JDK to be detected. [IDEA-272430]
  • Fixed macros – they now work as expected. [IDEA-274879]
  • Fixed the highlighting of the preceding code when starting a new method. [IDEA-274893]
  • Fixed the Rename refactoring shortcut. [IDEA-274923]

All the other addressed issues are available for reference in the release notes. If you still encounter any unresolved issues, please report them to our issue tracker.

Happy developing!

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