PyCharm 2023.3.2 Is Out! : Valeria Letusheva

PyCharm 2023.3.2 Is Out!
by: Valeria Letusheva
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The second bug-fix update for v2023.3 is now available.

You can update to this version from inside the IDE, using the Toolbox App, or using snaps if you are a Ubuntu user. You can also download it from our website.

Here are the most notable fixes and updates that PyCharm 2023.3.2 brings:

  • PyCharm now correctly resolves <code>pytest_plugins</code> for pytest fixtures declaration. [PY-62419]
  • The test runner now works fine with Django 5.0. [PY-53355]
  • We’ve fixed several issues that were cropping up when working with the HTTP Client. [IDEA-332986IDEA-224825IDEA-296844]
  • We’ve fixed the issue causing the IDE to display a blank window when opening a second project in full-screen mode on macOS. [IDEA-339992]
  • When using borderless mode on Windows, the IDE once again correctly restores the position of a window that had previously been snapped to one side of the screen. [IDEA-250563]
  • We’ve fixed the issue causing the IDE to crash on startup due to errors appearing when parsing the UI theme. [IDEA-340108]
  • The main menu is displayed for all open projects on the tiling desktop when working on Linux. [IDEA-328047]
  • The IDE no longer erroneously resets namespaces during actions like ApplyRefresh, and others when working with Kubernetes. [IDEA-339448]  
  • The branch checkout from the Pull Request pane has been fixed. [IDEA-339471
  • When you work on Linux without a window manager, the main menu is now displayed for all open projects. [IDEA-337548]

For more information about the issues we’ve addressed, please refer to the release notes

If you experience any other issues, please report them to our issue tracker.

December 21, 2023 at 07:10PM
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