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From user feedback and usability studies, we learned that people were still having trouble working with their settings.
In this release, we did some explorations to improve discoverability and the user experience for modifying settings and this resulted in the following improvements.
VS Code will automatically update itself to 1.8.1 or you can download the release directly using the following links: Downloads: Windows | Mac | Linux 64-bit: gz | Linux 32-bit: gz Welcome to the November release of Visual Studio Code.
There are a number of significant updates in this version that we hope you will like, some of the key highlights include: When VS Code is next launched after a Hot Exit, all workspaces/files that are backed up will be restored.
This also brings with it the ability to restore files if VS Code crashes, regardless of whether Hot Exit is enabled or disabled (via the setting).
You can read more about how Hot Exit works, the design decisions behind the implementation, and what's next for the feature on our blog.
Zen mode can be toggled using the View menu, Command Palette or by the shortcut exits Zen Mode.One of the big reasons for showing the default settings is to let users search and discover settings.To facilitate this, the Default Settings editor now comes with a big Search bar where you can easily search for settings.Simply add a custom keyboard shortcut to do exactly what you want.The following is an example overriding the as first argument and add "Hello World" to the file instead of producing the default command.