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Ctrl-D alias no longer works

Discussion in 'Support' started by ken1, Mar 17, 2011.

  1. ken1

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    Hi,

    I've been using the alias

    @@Ctrl-D=exit

    for a long while now to simply end the shell window by pressing ctrl-d. This worked up to TCC 11, but in 12 it seems not to work...is there a setting I've missed somewhere or has keystroke handling changed?

    Thanks,
    ken1
     
  2. Kachupp

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    try this
    @@Ctrl-D=exit^r





     
  3. Kachupp

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    Also check NormalKey directive in WhatEver.INI file



     
  4. ken1

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    Excellent - adding 'NormalKey=Ctrl-D' to my TCMD.ini did the trick!

    Thanks,

    ken1
     
  5. Charles Dye

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    Control-D is used, by default, to delete the currently displayed line from the command history. You can use a NormalKey=Ctrl-D directive in TCMD.INI to unassign this key.
     

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