With the last update, a few users experienced issues with CodeMix starting on Windows if the Eclipse instance or workspace was on a deeply nested path. Yes, it’s the year 2019, but by default, Windows still has a relatively low max path length. The good news is that this release of CodeMix will work with much deeper/longer paths than our last update.
Text in the Terminal+ looked like a hot mess in certain situations, like when watching your project for changes with `ng watch` for instance. We’ve fixed the wrapping issues so you now get much cleaner output in the terminal, and we’re continuing to make improvements in this area.
A very rare occurrence, a bug would mysteriously cause focus to be switched between different editor tabs at high frequency, without user action – with this release, we no longer need a seizure warning.