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Azure Data Studio July 2022 Release

Timi Oshin announces a new set of updates:

The Query Plan Viewer feature continues to add functionality with this release of Azure Data Studio. There are several UX improvements users may notice: the icon to enable the capture of an actual plan has been updated, operator selection is now noted with a solid green line, and the plan labels are updated in the Properties window when plans are compared and the orientation is toggled from horizontal to vertical, and back.  We have updated the Command Palette to make it easier to find the commands for execution plans, and while the CTRL + M command still enables actual plan capture for a query window, it no longer executes the selected query (or queries) in the window. 

It’s not a huge release in terms of new functionality but there are some improvements to the query plan viewer and its core Visual Studio Code implementation.