This section documents all changes and bug fixes applied to MySQL Workbench since the release of 5.2.46.
Pressing the Delete key with the cursor focus in a column name would remove diagram objects while editing an EER diagram. (Bug #16285264)
Adding indexes to existing tables would sometimes freeze the cursor focus. (Bug #16209869, Bug #68149)
Pressing Delete would delete an object from an EER Model diagram. The correct keyboard shortcut for this operation is Modifier + Delete. Simply pressing Delete will only delete the character to the right of the cursor. (Bug #16185212, Bug #68102)
Arrange, Autolayout would push model items outside of the page. (Bug #14781895, Bug #67278)
With auto-completion enabled, editing text in the SQL editor for a model could close MySQL Workbench. (Bug #14520292, Bug #66111)
Clicking an EER diagram tab would initially display the Model tab before displaying the EER diagram tab that was clicked. (Bug #12661264, Bug #61473)
The foreign key settings for On Update and On Delete would sometimes be lost after adding a new foreign key. (Bug #11764432, Bug #57263)
Sometimes the comment field was too wide and would flow over the right sidebar. (Bug #11756731, Bug #58684)
The New Server Instance wizard, in the Server Administration section, was updated to include additional MySQL Server 5.6 specific templates.
The uninstaller would leave leftover MySQL Workbench files on the host. These files are now deleted.
The database migration wizard now disables triggers before
copying data, by dropping and writing them to a temporary table
and then restoring them later. This default behavior can be
modified from the command-line by using the
--dont-disable-triggers-option option, which
prevents this logic from taking effect. Also,
will remove the triggers for a particular schema and store them
into a temporary table, and
will fetch the saved triggers from
and recreate the triggers into the target schema.