TakeCommand v23 + ANSI color sequences leads to black on black text

Jul 12, 2019
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With TakeCommand v23.00.34 x64 I've come across an unusual problem that only appeared recently.

When using ANSI sequences with both TCC and wsl, the ESC[0m ("all attributes off") sequence now makes text colour black on black, where previously it would effectively set text colour grey(unbolded white) on black. This does not occur in a standalone TCC and wsl/bash window, where the sequence works as expected, only within TakeCommand.

I'm not sure when this behaviour began, as for the most part I tend to just use TCC outside of TakeCommand. I'm wondering if it's tied to Windows' ANSI support, as I recently updated Windows to 1903, and don't recall seeing this before. I poked through TakeCommands settings, but nothing I did seemed to have any effect.
 
Jul 12, 2019
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I can see why not, it's just a shame it breaks so many things I rely on. But it's Microsoft, so you know, I'm used to it. :)

Regardless, it's moot for me, anyway, as I'm on TC 23 and it looks like TC 24 is out, unless he does maintenance on old versions. (I bought TC because I used TCC/LE for years and wanted to at least give something back, but can't justify the upgrade price as too many other things need my attention right now).
 
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