Posts Tagged ‘Service build’


 

PowerShell Studio 2016 – Service Release v5.2.125

Monday, July 25th, 2016 by David Corrales
We released a new service build of PowerShell Studio 2016 (v5.2.125)!   Here’s what’s new:   Blocked Files PowerShell Studio will now notify you when a script file is blocked. Windows flags files as blocked when downloaded from the internet or copied from a remote computer.   PowerShell Studio disables execution of blocked files for your security. When you wish to run the script, unblock the file using the file tab’s context menu:     Open with PrimalXML You can now open XML files directly in PrimalXML from the project panel using the context menu: You can also open help…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2016 – Service Release & High DPI Support

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016 by David Corrales
We released a new service build of PowerShell Studio 2016 (v5.2.124)!   Here’s what’s new: High DPI Support We have added high DPI support to PowerShell Studio’s UI. Those of you who previously ran PowerShell Studio on a high DPI monitor (Windows 10 in particular) probably noticed that the application appeared fuzzy. The fuzzy appearance is caused by Windows’ scaling of non-DPI aware applications. The good news is that this no longer the case with PowerShell Studio 2016. Not DPI Aware DPI Aware High DPI Layouts With high DPI screens, you will require high DPI layouts. When PowerShell Studio detects…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2016: Custom PrimalSense

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016 by David Corrales
We've written a series of blog posts to introduce you to the newest features of PowerShell Studio 2016. In this blog, Part 4, we cover new customizable PrimalSense in PowerShell Studio 2016. But, there's more: In Part 1, we review the new UI features, including our new dark themes. In Part 2, we introduce our new debugging features, including variable and function breakpoints and improvements to the Variables pane. In Part 3, we look at some of the new editor features of PowerShell Studio 2016.   Custom PrimalSense Lists The new customizable PrimalSense feature allows users to tailor their PrimalSense…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2016: What’s New? (Part 3)

Monday, March 7th, 2016 by David Corrales
PowerShell Studio 2016 is released! We've written a series of blog posts to introduce you to the newest features. In this blog, Part 3, we will look at some of the new editor features of PowerShell Studio 2016. But, there's more: In Part 1, we review the new UI features, including our new dark themes. In Part 2, we introduce our new debugging features, including variable and function breakpoints and improvements to the Variables pane. In Part 4, we show the new customizable PrimalSense in PowerShell Studio 2016.     Import Functions PowerShell Studio already allowed you to convert functions…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2016: What’s New? (Part 2)

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016 by David Corrales
PowerShell Studio 2016 is released! We've written a series of blog posts to introduce you to the newest features. In this blog, Part 2, we introduce our new debugging features, including variable and function breakpoints and improvements to the Variables pane. But, there's more: In Part 1, we review the new UI features, including our new dark themes. In Part 3, we look at some of the new editor features of PowerShell Studio 2016. In Part 4, we show the new customizable PrimalSense in PowerShell Studio 2016.   The first debugging feature we are looking at is the new interface…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2016 Released! – What’s New? (Part 1)

Monday, February 29th, 2016 by David Corrales
PowerShell Studio 2016 is released as part of the regular update cycle for our subscribers. We will cover all the new features in a series of “What’s New” articles. In this blog, Part 1, we introduce new UI features, including our new dark themes. But, there's more: in Part 2, we introduce our new debugging features, including variable and function breakpoints and improvements to the Variables pane. In Part 3, we look at some of the new editor features of PowerShell Studio 2016. In Part 4, we show the new customizable PrimalSense in PowerShell Studio 2016. Now let’s take a look…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2015: Service Release v4.2.96

Tuesday, November 10th, 2015 by David Corrales
We released a new service build for PowerShell Studio 2015 (v4.2.96).   In this release we introduced another new feature:   Create Module from Help If you aren’t familiar with PowerShell HelpWriter, it is a tool that lets you create external PowerShell help files (MAML) for existing modules or from scratch. PowerShell HelpWriter can be a useful design tool for creating modules, by allowing you to plan out your module’s cmdlets and its parameter sets before writing a single line of PowerShell code. This write-help-first design approach is made much easier with PowerShell Studio’s Create Module from Help File feature.…   More »

PowerShell HelpWriter – Service Release v1.0.16

Monday, November 2nd, 2015 by David Corrales
In the latest service release of PowerShell HelpWriter 2015, you will notice a few changes to the Select Module dialog that appears when creating a new help file. The updated dialog includes several new features.   Sorting Modules The module list can now be sorted by clicking on the respective column headers. In addition, we now added a new column that displays the module’s company information.     Filtering Modules   Tired of scrolling down a long list of modules? No more. You now can filter the modules by company using the new drop down list: Choose to display all…   More »

PrimalScript 2015 build 7.1.70 adds PowerShell parameter editing and code formatting

Monday, October 19th, 2015 by Alex Riedel
With service build 7.1.70 we add some additional PowerShell functionality to PrimalScript 2015. We added a user interface to edit or add parameters for your script and we slightly modified the ribbon “Edit” group to make these new items more accessible. Aside from editing the parameters of your script we also make the PowerShell function builder / editor more accessible and added the script formatter from PowerShell Studio. However, as opposed to PowerShell Studio the script formatting in PrimalScript is purely on demand. So unless you select this function the formatting of your script will not change. A new options…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2015: Service Release v4.2.94 and Projects with Folders

Monday, September 21st, 2015 by David Corrales
We released a new service build for PowerShell Studio 2015 (v4.2.94). Here's what's new: Folder Support in Projects PowerShell Studio 2015 projects now support folders. The project folders reflect the folder structure of the project files. Therefore if you previously organized your project files in folders within the project's directory, those folders will automatically be displayed in the Project Panel once the project is loaded. Using folders within projects makes it easier to organize projects with large amounts of files. With the new folder feature, you can now place your module help files in respective language specific folders: Important: Once…   More »