WarpScript and resulting JSON are sent gzipped between the client and the server
(experimental) You can close all the JSON result files to clean your workspace (command Ctrl+Shift+P > "Close all Warp 10 json output in the workspace" command)
To slow down autocompletion, you can use VSCode built in configuration editor.quickSuggestionsDelay
// @endpoint http://xxx/api/v0/exec at the beginning of the script change the remote execution endpoint
// @localmacrosubstitution false at the beginning of the script deactivate the local macro substitution
// @preview none at the beginning of the script disable the preview. gts or image force the focus to the gts or image preview after execution.
In your settings.json you can add "proxy.pac": "/path/to/your/proxy.pac" for this extension to use proxy.pac rules to connect directly or through SOCKS proxies depending on the selected endpoint. Make sure to set http.proxySupport to on in your settings.
You can set the VSCode default language to warpscript (Ctrl+, search for default language settings). Every new file (Ctrl+N) will be a WarpScript.