After upgrading to WebStorm 9, I noticed that it no longer respected/used my default server. That is, when I'm in foo.html and hit Alt-F2 and choose any browser, WebStorm uses its own server (localhost:63342) rather than the server I have set up (localhost:8000). This despite going into Settings > Build, Execution, Deployment > and setting up a server and clicking on Mappings > Use this server as default.
In WebStorms 7 and 8 I could use Alt-F2 or click on one of the browser icons and my default server (not WebStorm's) would be used.
Does anyone know why WebStorm is preferring its default server over my server when viewing files?
(As an additional fun note, if I go to foo.js, or really any JS file, and hit Alt-F2, it is served up on localhost:8000! Not much use, of course, since I'm seeing it as plaintext, but still. WEIRD.)