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Releasing Script Browser & Script Analyzer 1.3 Update

Releasing Script Browser & Script Analyzer 1.3 Update

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We are very grateful to the Windows PowerShell MVPs Kirk Munro and Laurent Dardenne for providing lots of great ideas to enhance the Script Browser & Script Analyzer in the past 3 weeks.   Today, we are releasing the 1.3 update thanks to their suggestions. The team is committed to making the apps useful. Your feedback is very important to us.
 

Download Script Browser & Script Analyzer 1.3 
(If you have already installed an earlier version of Script Browser & Script Analyzer, you will get an update notification when you launch Windows PowerShell ISE.)

 

1. Support Sub-Categories in Search Filters

You can select sub categories in the Filters now!  In the following example, I selected Windows Azure / Automation sub category to look for all Azure automation script samples.

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2. Save the Search Filters.

If you have some filter combination that you would like to use very often, you can save the search.

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After saving the search, you can easily revisit the search in Saved Filters.

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3. Add the support of ‘PowerShell Workflow’ scripts in the Script Browser.

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4. In Script Analyzer, switching the code tab will no longer trigger the script analysis automatically

This change is based on the following user feedback and the discussion with MVPs. 

https://scriptanalyzer.codeplex.com/workitem/1130

 

5. Other UI enhancements:

a) Reduce the height of search result in the search result list, so that user can see more search results on the screen.

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b) Make it more obvious how to close the Filter option with the ‘Apply Filters’ button.

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We sincerely suggest you give the new Script Browser & Script Analyzer a try (click here to download). If you love what you see in Script Browser & Script Analyzer, please recommend it to your friends and colleagues. If you encounter any problems or have any suggestions for us, please contact us at onescript@microsoft.com. Your precious opinions and comments are more than welcome.

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  • Need to go through a corporate proxy server that requires authentication. If I select "Use Internet Explorer proxy setting" option under Network Settings, Script Browser finds the proxy, but doesn't seem to respond with Windows credentials for NTLM authentication. I don't want to use the "Custom proxy setting" option because the password is not masked in the password field and the credentials are stored in plain text in a configuration file on the local machine. This could be a very helpful tool for us, but can't effectively utilize it if it won't work with our corporate proxy. Any suggestions?

  • thank you