Ctrl-Enter in command history window?

Dec 7, 2009
221
2
Left Coast, USA
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.
 
May 20, 2008
9,199
60
Syracuse, NY, USA
Not reproducible here. You sure you don't have an alias or redefinition for Ctrl-Enter?
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:
Code:
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.
 
May 20, 2008
9,199
60
Syracuse, NY, USA
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