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PowerShell Tools for Visual Studio and PowerShell Pro Tools – 4.2.1 Release Notes

Fixed an issue with the Form Designer

When creating a Windows Form in the Forms Designer in VS Code, Visual Studio or PowerShell, running the form would produce an error about an invalid property name.

Fixed an issue with the certificate used to sign PoshTools

The code signing certificate for PoshTools had expired and was causing issues during installation. A new code signing certificate has been used to sign the extension.

Telemetry Data Collection PowerShell Pro Tools for VS Code

Anonymous telemetry data is now sent from the VS Code extension to Application Insights to better understand usage. To opt out of telemetry collection, you can use the poshProTools.enableTelemetry setting. This setting also honors the global telemetry.enableTelemetry setting.

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