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Atom 1.11 released alongside Beta 1.12

Stability and Performance improvements have been made in the new release of Atom 1.11. This new version has been released soon after Atom 1.10, five weeks to be precise. Released in 2014, Atom was intended to be GitHub’s cloud hosted editor. The exciting news about the newest release is that Atom will now be asking for permission before sending any telemetry data. A screen asking for the assistance in order to improve Atom by collecting some information will be prompted if the Atom 1.11 is launched for the first time. Other improvements have also been made to the new release like the image-view package. Some of these improvements include: By double-clicking the tabs, the pending state can now be confirmed for the Image View tabs. Image size such as width, height and size will now be shown in the Status bar. A bug has been cleared where if multiple images were opened in the same action, the dimensions were shown as zero. Several other bug fixes and improvements have been made in the new release which includes: Large file warning threshold now has a configuration option, Split Pane menu items have been reverted as how they used to work before and a custom title bar option on MacOS has been made along with other improvements. To know the details of all the changes made to the latest release, click here. The Beta version of Atom 1.12 has been released along with the 1.11 with some improvements and bug fixes which include: International Keyboard Support. Electron 1.3.6 update. Improvements to the Keybinding. Several fixes of Atom for Windows.
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Atom 1.11 released alongside Beta 1.12

Geneva Clark
What's New
19th Oct, 2016
Atom 1.11 released alongside Beta 1.12

Stability and Performance improvements have been made in the new release of Atom 1.11. This new version has been released soon after Atom 1.10, five weeks to be precise.

Released in 2014, Atom was intended to be GitHub’s cloud hosted editor. The exciting news about the newest release is that Atom will now be asking for permission before sending any telemetry data. A screen asking for the assistance in order to improve Atom by collecting some information will be prompted if the Atom 1.11 is launched for the first time.

Atom

Other improvements have also been made to the new release like the image-view package. Some of these improvements include:

  • By double-clicking the tabs, the pending state can now be confirmed for the Image View tabs.

  • Image size such as width, height and size will now be shown in the Status bar.

  • A bug has been cleared where if multiple images were opened in the same action, the dimensions were shown as zero.

Several other bug fixes and improvements have been made in the new release which includes: Large file warning threshold now has a configuration option, Split Pane menu items have been reverted as how they used to work before and a custom title bar option on MacOS has been made along with other improvements. To know the details of all the changes made to the latest release, click here.

The Beta version of Atom 1.12 has been released along with the 1.11 with some improvements and bug fixes which include:

  • International Keyboard Support.

  • Electron 1.3.6 update.

  • Improvements to the Keybinding.

  • Several fixes of Atom for Windows.

Geneva

Geneva Clark

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Geneva specializes in back-end web development and has always been fascinated by the dynamic part of the web. Talk to her about modern web applications and she and loves to nerd out on all things Ruby on Rails.

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