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    phldavies

    phldavies

    2 years ago
    Bringing this out of the 11day old thread in case anyone else can help?
    Kris Wong

    Kris Wong

    2 years ago
    I had a lot of issues trying to downgrade when I pulled the trigger too soon on 1.3.60
    i don't know if there's a good answer
    russhwolf

    russhwolf

    2 years ago
    Are you uninstalling the 1.3.7x plugin before installing the 1.3.61 one?
    Brendan Weinstein

    Brendan Weinstein

    2 years ago
    I believe what has worked for me in the past (on a mac) is: 1. uninstall 1.3.71 plugin by going to preferences -> plugins -> kotlin -> tap arrow next to disable (tap uninstall) 2. find compatible 1.3.61 release here. https://plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/6954-kotlin/versions 3. right click intellij/AS. navigate to
    plugins
    folder. copy and paste unzipped folder you downloaded in (2).
    Also highly recommend running two installations of intellij or two installations of android studio. That way you can be a good relay for your team on updates to skip; and updates that fix major bugs or make major perf improvements. For kotlin+android development the community edition is as good as paid, so no reason to not have community stable and EAP running side-by-side if on a budget.
    phldavies

    phldavies

    2 years ago
    @Brendan Weinstein There is only an option to Disable (no arrow to select uninstall).
    If I disable, restart, install from disk and restart again, it still lists 1.3.71 as disabled.
    Brendan Weinstein

    Brendan Weinstein

    2 years ago
    That's odd. This is what I see in 2020.1 release candidate
    Just double checked 2019.3.4 and I see the arrow as well
    When you say "install from disk" do you mean you are copying and pasting directly into the
    plugins
    directory?
    phldavies

    phldavies

    2 years ago
    no, I’m downloading the zip and using the “Install plugin from disk” option from that dialog cog at the top