PhpStorm 2018.3.5 is released
PhpStorm 2018.3.5 build 183.5912.26 is now available!
The release brings bugfixes and improvements for the IntelliJ Platform and Web.
We continue polishing the new Search Everywhere dialog based on your feedback. An option has been added to the new Search Everywhere, which lets you filter out run/debug configurations (IDEA-204151).
Also, the new Search Everywhere dialog doesn’t miss files (IDEA-203491) anymore, and displaying search results is no longer delayed (IDEA-199661).
Bug fixes worth noting:
- Fixed: Updating plugins in an offline environment no longer works with new marketplace and custom plugin repository (IDEA-205032 +29)
- Fixed: Apparent off-by-one displaying DATE datatype (DBE-5850 +23)
- Fixed: Color Scheme reverts to Darcula from *custom* light color theme after restart if IDE theme is Darcula (IDEA-202248 +17)
- Fixed: Angular template files are not recognized if “@angular/core” is not a direct dependency (WEB-36722 +3)
See the full list of fixed issues and improvements in the release notes.
We appreciate you reporting bugs and feature requests to our issue tracker.
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