The biggest change is that you can now use “up” and “down” buttons to repeat the latest command or an opposite command. Here is a simple example: “s+” abbreviation expands a selection. Pressing “down” will repeat the same action, i.e. expand the selection further. There is no need to type “+” repeatedly. Furthermore, pressing “up” will shrink the selection. In other words, it is equivalent to typing “s-“.
Other changes include more built-in abbreviations:
fs Toggle full screen mode st Show file structure popup sl Select current line ph Toggle parameter hints tt Toggle all tool windows br Show Git branches xf Extract (introduce) field g- Go back g+ Go forward