WebStorm 2020.3.3 Is Available
WebStorm 2020.3.3, the third bug-fix update for WebStorm 2020.3, is now available!
To mitigate the risks associated with opening projects from unknown sources, we’re introducing the concept of trusted projects. To learn more about it, check out this blog post.
You might know that the IDE runs webpack configurations to properly resolve imports in your project. To warn you about situations where potentially malicious code might be automatically run by the IDE, WebStorm will ask you to confirm whether you trust the source.
If you store all your trusted work-related projects in a specific location on your machine, you can mark that location as trusted by adding it to Trusted Locations in Preferences/Settings | Build, Execution, Deployment.
Other notable improvements
Here are some other notable fixes:
- Fixed a number of regression bugs (WEB-48038, WEB-49135, WEB-49137, and WEB-49156).
- Solved the problem with high CPU usage (WEB-48983).
- Fixed the bug with Git diff changes shown incorrectly (IDEA-257651).
- The Close All but Pinned action now works as expected (IDEA-256044).
For the full list of issues addressed in WebStorm 2020.3.3, please see the release notes.
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