@DNF Yes, it’s annoying that it doesn’t give credit for how enthusiastically one clicks the “Yes” button. Maybe there should be more choice.
For “Julia Activate This Environment”, only the activation occurs. Is there some way I could configure it to run instantiation at the same time?
No, but please open a feature request at GitHub - julia-vscode/julia-vscode: Julia extension for Visual Studio Code for further discussion.
Looks like plot are broken when using Gadfly on v1.6 (was working fine before updating the extension), can someone confirm ?