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DBeaver 5.1.1

Release notes:
  • Results viewer:
    • Filter text can be expanded (for multi-line filter values)
    • Filter editor now supports undo/redo and drag-n-drop
    • Text value editor was fixed (undo/redo commands)
    • Grouping panel UI was fixed (settings save, dark theme, keys navigation)
    • Table ordering is saved between foreign keys navigation
    • Context menu was refactored
  • SQL Editor:
    • Parser performance was improved
    • SQL formatting was improved
    • Support special characters in table names for auto-completion
    • Stored procedures execute was improved
    • Stored procedures names auto-completion was added
  • Driver manager dialog was fixed
  • ERD:
    • Palette is visible by default
    • Notes edit was fixed (+ undo/redo)
  • Table/tree editors UI was fixed for MacOS
  • Ping/keep-alive background jobs visualization was fixed
  • PostgreSQL:
    • Use fully qualified data type names in DDL
    • View default values for procedure parameters
    • Enum/set values editor was fixed
    • Revoke all permissions command was fixed
    • Show template databases
  • MySQL:
    • Event DDL was fixed
    • View DDL was fixed
  • SQL Server: datetime/datetime2 data types handle was fixed
  • HSQLDB: synonyms support was added
  • Data transfer:
    • CSV values escaping was fixed
    • Support export in SQL format for custom SQL queries
    • Finish wizard message can be suppressed
  • Localization was improved

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