IntelliJ IDEA 2022.3.1 is Out!
The first bug-fix update for v2022.3 is now available!
You can get the latest version from our website, via the Toolbox App, from inside the IDE, or by using snaps if you’re a Ubuntu user.
Here are the most notable improvements in the new version:
- The option to display editor tabs on multiple rows is available in the new UI [IDEA-29509].
- Actions on Save work as expected again. [IDEA-307368]
- The Extract Method action (Ctrl+Alt+M/⌥⌘M) no longer prevents you from making non-static methods. [IDEA-298640]
- The signature change suggestions provided when you use the Extract Method refactoring are now concise. [IDEA-274123]
- Excessive CPU usage and IDE freezes that occurred for certain tool window sizes have been fixed. [IDEA-306642]
- It is possible to create Docker Compose targets in Settings/Preferences | Build, Configuration, Deployment | Run targets. [IDEA-283935]
- The Kubernetes plugin no longer fails when importing large Custom Resource Definition specifications. [IDEA-306067]
- Double-clicking on the window header maximizes the window size on macOS. [IDEA-304577]
- Application server configurations no longer get lost upon IDE restart. [IDEA-272575]
- Opening a project file from an external tool no longer causes the IDE to throw the “Access is allowed from event dispatch thread only” exception. [IDEA-301392]
- When sending requests in the HTTP Client, the ResponseHeaders object is properly displayed in Response Handlers Scripts as a JSON object. [IDEA-239259]
You can find the full list of issues addressed in this bug-fix update in the release notes.
Please let us know about any bugs you spot while working with the IDE by reporting them in our issue tracker.
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