Visual Studio 2022 for Mac Release Candidate 2
Visual Studio 2022 for Mac 17.0 Release Candidate 2 is now available! In this release, we’ve focused on addressing top reported issues from the first release candidate. This work builds on top of earlier previews where we’ve moved the UI of the IDE to fully native macOS UI and migrated the IDE to run on top of .NET 6 (enabling native support of Apple’s M1 (arm64) processor). Get the latest release now by using the Visual Studio > Check for Updates… menu in Visual Studio for Mac, or download it directly:
Top issues fixed in this release
We’d like to thank developers like you who have taken the time to report issues in the RC. We use your feedback to create a better Visual Studio for Mac and encourage everyone to keep sharing your observations. Here are some of the top customer-reported issues fixed in this release:
- Quick Action window won’t go away
- Quick Action will break the line when pressing enter
- VS Preview 2022 for Mac – “Your trial expired” doesn’t respond
- Tab bar freezes when dragging a tab downwards
- Can’t launch iOS app in debug mode
In addition to these fixes, you can find a longer list of all fixes in the release notes.
Please send us your feedback
Thanks for helping report issues and making Visual Studio 2022 for Mac the best Visual Studio for Mac release yet. After you’ve had a chance to try out this release, please let us know what you think by taking the Visual Studio for Mac Preview survey:
Please continue to send us those suggestions or problem reports as well! You can use the Help > Report a Problem or Help > Provide a Suggestion menus to share feedback, or go to the Visual Studio for Mac Developer Community site to vote for those that are most important to you.