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  1. In Pending Changes window it would be great if you could increase font with ctr + scroll If you use second monitor with high resolution, it's hard to read the text
  2. Files to be sent in Pending Changes tab could have darkened background
  3. Hey there! JetBrains' Space has just reached it's first public release and it looks very promising - maybe it's too early, but are there any plans to build an official issue tracker integration for it? Or, if there isn't one yet... can there be one? Cheers!
  4. Hi. I recently started using the path permission feature. Very practical, it allows me to have some private folders in my project that can be un-modifiable or invisible to users or group of users. But working on Unity, asset files come with a meta file. If I fully lock out a user from a folder and don't manually set the same permission for the meta file, the latter will be deleted by their Unity and appears added and deleted in our change set. That means forgetting the meta file would reveal there is a hidden folder to users who should not know about it. This could be solved by
  5. It would be nice if you could drag workspace tabs and sub-tabs around to rearrange them, similar to how you can rearrange tabs in Visual Studio.
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