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Ctrl-Enter in command history window?

Discussion in 'Support' started by vefatica, Aug 16, 2016.

  1. vefatica

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    From the help:
    It doesn't work.
     
  2. mikea

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    This one's working for me. Likewise, Control+Enter when I highlight a name in the directory-history window. If it matters, this machine's running Win 10 Pro.
     
  3. evensenm

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    Works fine with v20.00.14 x64 on Windows 8.1 Pro
     
  4. rconn

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    Not reproducible here. You sure you don't have an alias or redefinition for Ctrl-Enter?
     
  5. vefatica

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    Hmmm! My aliases are global and I have to go back to v14 to see Ctrl-Enter work in the command history window. The behavior is unaffected by /II, /IS, and /IP. These are the only appearances of "ctrl" in my INI file:
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    g:\tc20> grep -i ctrl TCMD.INI
    NormalEditKey=Ctrl-F
    NormalKey=Ctrl-D
    NormalKey=Ctrl-J
    NormalKey=Ctrl-X
    LeftCtrlKey=No
    RightCtrlKey=Yes
    It could be me, but I don't know where else to look.
     
  6. vefatica

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    Well, it's something in my INI file, because it works OK when started with /ii.

    I am not in a TC tab. I have these in my INI file:
    Code:
    g:\tc20> egrep -i "ctrl|key" TCMD.INI
    NormalEditKey=Ctrl-F
    NormalKey=F11
    NormalKey=F12
    NormalKey=F3
    NormalKey=F6
    NormalKey=F7
    NormalKey=F8
    NormalKey=F9
    NormalEditKey=F9
    NormalKey=Ctrl-D
    NormalKey=Ctrl-J
    NormalKey=Ctrl-X
    KeyActions=00624
    LeftAltKey=Yes
    LeftCtrlKey=No
    RightAltKey=No
    RightCtrlKey=Yes
     
  7. vefatica

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    This was doing it: "NormalKey=Ctrl-J".
     
  8. rconn

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    Well, that's as expected!
     
  9. vefatica

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    I have no idea why I did that. It was back in v15.
     

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