Done Using mouse to set cursor location in command prompt

Feb 12, 2009
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This was triggered by http://jpsoft.com/forums/showthread.php?t=964 but I've wanted this for a long time: it would be nice if you could set the cursor location at the TCC prompt using your mouse instead of only being able to use the arrow keys.

I realize the command input window offers this feature but normally I start typing my command line in the console and then sometimes you find out you made a mistake and want to go back. If it's a long and complicated command line a mouse can be quicker for that.

Technically it should be relatively easy to distinguish between single click and a click->drag->release sequence so this does not have to clash with the current selection feature in the TCC window.
 
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