We just released PyCharm 2022.1.3, which provides fixes for the important regressions that appeared in 2022.1 and 2022.1.1.
Please note: If you already have PyCharm 2022.1.2 installed, you will need to update to PyCharm 2022.1.3 manually via the Toolbox App or the website.
Here’s what we’ve done:
Fixed a regression with the debug console that was truncating outputs [PY-53983].Fixed a regression causing .pth files to be ignored inside venv site-packages [PY-54321].Cmd+Click / Ctrl+Click in the Git Log panel has been fixed and now works as expected [IDEA-292405].The New Project button on the Welcome screen is once again working as intended [IDEA-276553].Fixed the issue causing a misleading error message when using $var in the calc() function in SCSS files [WEB-54056].Fixed the issue causing an Unexpected term error when using a variable in a min() and max() arguments list [WEB-52057].
For the full list of bug fixes, please take a look at the release notes. If you notice any bugs, please submit them to our issue tracker.
The PyCharm team