I noticed a small change; I believe it came with the latest update. TASKLIST now identifies the current TCC like this, for example. Code: 3704 * tcc 14.03  v:\ Whereas, in v13 (and I think more recently) it was like this. Code: 3492* tcc 13.04  v:\ I don't mind where the asterisk goes but I don't like the extra word. P.S. (a suggestion) Yesterday I was struggling a bit with the WORDS in TASKLIST's output and thought it would be a nice touch if @WORD accepted open-ended ranges, like this. Code: v:\> echo %@word[1-,My dog has fleas] dog has fleas (desired) where "N-" gives all words from word N on. If it's already meant to do that, then it doesn't quite get it right. Code: v:\> echo %@word[1-,My dog has fleas] dog has (actual) Nor does it do anything consistent. Code: v:\> echo %@word[0-,My dog has fleas] My v:\> echo %@word[2-,My dog has small fleas today] has small fleas It seems if you specify "N-", you get N+1 words starting at word N.