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If you're in TCMD, there's the variable _SELECTED.It's about TCC, and (the begin of) a selected area - set with a left mouse click.
How would you get the cursor there? I'd expect the cursor to be at the end of a new prompt, or at a "more" prompt. Are we talking about the console cursor (insertion point) or the mouse pointer?
If you're in TCMD, there's the variable _SELECTED.
Perhaps _SELECTED refers to something selected in one of the GUI windows; I didn't check.Stupid question here, how are you intended to use that variable? As soon as you try to type something in TCMD after selecting a part of the tab window text, the selection is cleared and %_selected contains nothing. Using Command Input windows did not seem to pick it up either.