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– Supports hotkeys.
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– Configuration in the form of easy to follow instructions.
– Export to different formats: text, excel, vCard, and much more.
– Support all languages.
– Support the extraction of email addresses from sites, pages, files, etc.
– Supports drag and drop function.
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– Supports Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 and more.
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You can configure the shortcut key for CMD Prompt to launch your shell of choice. The default shortcut for CMD Prompt is CTRL-CMD-P.
I’m not a command prompt aficionado, but this sounds like a great idea. I’m surprised it’s not already on all the major *nix systems as a by-product of the unix shell’s built-in capabilities.
I like the idea, but it can be a little confusing as it is the last key on the keyboard. If you want to be able to be using other keys with the command prompt window, you could press ctrl+shift+CMD instead of using a separate key or not use it at all.
Just a quick question for someone who might know. With the release of 7, have any of you had any problems with typosquatting in the directory background images?
In my CMD, when I type in ” dir” I get my directory background, but when I type in “diret” I get a redirection error.
Does it have anything to do with the text being in a case-sensitive environment, or is there something in the environment that’s affecting it? I tried it on my test machine, in case there were other things at play, and it also has the same behavior, so it’s definitely not a “case-insensitive” issue.
I’ve seen nothing like this in my commands, but have found it when executing things like opkg. I’ve tried it on both Linux and Windows and it always produces the same effect.
With all that said, I can’t recall a case where I’ve used a right-click on a folder and immediately got the menu I’m seeing, so I’m guessing it’s a bug that needs to be logged (and maybe fixed). I’m willing to blame this on me having to use an Atom environment to type this, because there’s not an atom setting for CMD, so I’m not sure if this is by design or not.
I don’t know if this would be considered a bug or not. I think it’s kind of cool to be able to have it have your current path, but I’m not really sure how a lot of my commands would function when the path isn’t what they expect it to be. I suppose I could always put it on