Change Log for OmniShell
Added Export-Credential and Import-Credential feature
Added ability to the text editor tab context menu that enables opening of the folder where the script is located.
Right clicking on a tab and selecting close will close tab clicked on rather than the current selected tab.
Updated syntax highlighting to reset when switching file type. Ex. switching from PowerShell to XML file type
Fixed issue where TestR would not load via assembly load.
Added new cmdlets of Protect-String and Unprotect-String base on the AES-256 encryption methodology.
Added ability to the text editor tab context menu that enables copying of the full path where the script is located.
Fixed issue where Invoke-UnitTest would not run if a base test class had the test attribute on it.
Updated syntax highlighting engine, huge performance increase when scrolling large files
Fixed issue where toggling setting would reset font size.
Increased the watchdog count to help with console disconnect with slow starts.
Fixed an issue in the csharp syntax highlighter that could cause OmniShell to shutdown unexpectedly.
Added support for tab completion of sub-expressions inside strings.
Fixed issue where sometimes copying password to clipboard would cause OmniShell to shutdown unexpectedly.
Added support for [ctrl + backspace] for deleted previous word and [ctrl + delete] to delete next word.
Restored indention behavior to keep previous indent when pressing enter.
Fixed editor autocomplete where text editor would stop autocompleting if console switch bitness (x86/x64).
Added new cmdlet named "Get-Hash" that supports MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA384, and SHA512.
Added supports for "<" and ">" start / end cursor highlighting.
Added command executed with the play button to the command history.
Fixed issue where long running prompt would disconnect the console.
Fixed issue where OmniShell wouldn't start without internet access.
Added -Where parameter to Get-SqlTableInsert. Allows creating table insert with table data.
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