Hello For the past day or so I been trying to track down an issue that does not seems to make any sense. I just set up the git / shell environment – for the most part it seems like a collection of commands cobbled together with the bash shell the shortcut to run the bash shell is c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe /c ""c:\program files\git\bin\sh.exe" --login -i" I also put this text into a btm file to I could run it from the tcmd / tcc It seem to work ok – I would run the btm and a bash shell would start up and now having scope in my tcmd/tcc window. I would run some command and also specify the (full) path to the windows editor that I use. It all seems to work ok. I then exited out of the git /sh and nothing I was typing at the tcc prompt was working. – It turns out that my path and pathenv vars reverted back to what they were before tcstart ran I have changes in the path (and pathext) each time tcstart runs. What is even more bizarre is that I had multiple tcc tabs open and they all were changed in the same way. I tried everything I could think of – I used the “start” command, I uses “setlocal” and “endlocal” but nothing seemed to work. The only thing that make any kind of sense is that bash shell is hacking with the internal pointer to the env block – this makes some what sense, since the way env vars in BASH are in unix format, ie /c/program files/mystuff:/c/foo not c:\program files\mystuff;c:\foo and I could see hacking with the pointer would make somewhat sense since the code would have to toggle back-and-forth when ever a command is executed from within bash Has anyone seen this before?